Walid Chaiehloudj

University of Grenoble Alpes
Lecturer (Maître de conférences)

Mr. Chaiehloudj holds a PhD in competition law from Aix-Marseille University. His thesis focuses on pay-for-delay agreements and has been awarded The 2018 Concurrences Best PhD Award. The aim of his research was to use the US experience in this field in order to propose a relevant European antitrust analysis and to point out practices unknown in Europe. Now, he is Lecturer at Grenoble-Alpes University where he teaches competition law, patent law and digital law.

Linked authors

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Brussels)
European Commission
Maersk (Copenhagen)
Anheuser-Busch InBev (Leuven)
Belgian Competition Authority (Brussels)
Microsoft (Redmond)
Leica Camera (Wetzlar)
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Brussels)

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Articles

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Walid Chaiehloudj United States: The US Supreme Court rules that the credit card market is a multisided market and that anti-steering clauses do not have anticompetitive effects on this market (Ohio / American Express)

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L’affaire Amex est certainement l’une des affaires les plus emblématiques de l’année 2018 aux États-Unis. Elle a pris racine en automne 2010 à la suite d’une plainte déposée conjointement par le Department of Justice et dix-sept États fédérés contre trois entreprises émettrices de carte bancaire (EECB) : (...)

Walid Chaiehloudj United States: The US District Court for the Northern District of California receives a lawsuit seeking class action status against three main manufacturers active in the memory chip market for having concluded anticompetitive agreements (Michele Jones and alii v. Micron Technology, Micron Semiconductor Products, Samsung Electronics, Samsung Semiconductor, Hynix, Hynix America)

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Le 19 avril dernier, le tribunal du district nord de Californie a été saisi d’une class action accusant Samsung, Hynix et Micron d’avoir conclu des accords anticoncurrentiels sur le marché des puces à mémoire, que les spécialistes qualifient de mémoires RAM dynamique. Aux États-Unis, on retrouve ces (...)

Walid Chaiehloudj United States: The United States Court of Appeals of the Third Circuit adopts a restrictive analysis of antitrust interest in bringing proceedings (Wellbutrin XL Antitrust Litigation Indirect Purchaser Class)

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En imposant aux juridictions inférieures la règle de raison pour contrôler les accords de report d’entrée, l’arrêt Actavis n’a pas résolu toutes les difficultés posées par les pay-for-delay (Federal Trade Commission v. Actavis, 133 S. Ct 2223, 2013, Concurrences n° 3-2013, p. 180, obs. J.-C. Roda). En (...)

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