Alexandre Glatz

Osborne Clarke (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Alexandre regularly assists clients during dawn raids and cartel litigation or for merger control filings. He was involved in many of the most significant vertical restraints cases in France (notably the “Dermo-cosmetics case” concerning the issue of Internet reselling of products object of selective distribution). He is also actively involved in numerous anti-trust and commercial litigations and his expertise includes cartel damage claim follow-on private enforcement expertise. Prior to joining the firm, Alexandre was senior associate of the European and Economic Law practice at Gide since 2000. He spent five years working at International offices. His team is recommended by the latest EU Competition & Distribution Legal 500 Edition, the Leaders League and Alexandre is included in the Best Lawyers in France 2019 Edition (Competition/Antitrust law).

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Osborne Clarke (Cologne)
Osborne Clarke (Paris)


435 Bulletin

Alexandre Glatz, Charles Meteaut The Paris Court of Appeal specifies a manufacturer’s right to deny access to its selective distribution network to an applicant distributor in the electronic product market in compliance with competition law and civil law (Concurrence / Sony)


This case concerned a consumer electronics manufacturer and a distributor between whom the relationship was particularly conflicting. A large number of commercial disputes were brought before the courts by the distributor to obtain the right to distribute the manufacturer’s products. Even though (...)

843 Review

Alain Ronzano, Alexandre Glatz, Anne-Sophie Bodin, Camille Paulhac, Marie Koehler de Montblanc, Mathilde Boudou, Michaël Cousin Comments on the Commission’s consultation related to the White Paper on the modernization of the EU merger law


On 9 July 2014, the European Commission published its White Paper - Towards More Effective EU Merger control and invited third parties to submit comments. This White Paper mainly focuses on the control of non-controling minority shareholdgins which the Commission intends to control through a (...)

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