Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (Brussels)

Amaury Sibon

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Amaury Sibon is an Associate attorney in the Competition / Antitrust team of Skadden Arps, based in Washington DC. Amaury is Admitted to the New York State and Washington DC bars. He obtained law degrees (Juris Doctor) from both the United States and France. His practice is primarily focused in antitrust/competition law, merger control, litigation and European law.

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Ingrid Vandenborre, Amaury Sibon, Michael Hoffmann The EU Commission clears merger of semiconductor companies subject to interoperability and quasi-structural remedies designed to address conglomerate concerns (Qualcomm / NXP)

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This article has been nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. On 26 July 2018, US company Qualcomm Inc announced the abandonment of its proposed acquisition, through its subsidiary Qualcomm River Holding BV (Qualcomm), of (...)

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Amaury Sibon, Marie Louvet, Sergio Sorinas Appeal : The French Supreme Administrative Court dismisses an appeal against the Competition Authority’s decision clearing a merger in the construction materials sector (Wienerberger, Imerys TC, Bouyer-Leroux)

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The company Wienerberger, which produces and markets structural materials, filed an application with the French Council of State to annul the decision of the French Competition Authority of July 26, 2013 authorizing Bouyer-Leroux’s acquisition of sole control of Imerys’ "structural materials" (...)

Amaury Sibon, Marie Louvet, Sergio Sorinas Remedies : The French Competition Authority clears a merger in the telecommunications sector following an in-depth investigation, subject to both structural and behavioural commitments (SFR, Groupe Altice)

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By decision of 30 October 2014, following an in-depth phase II investigation, the Authority authorised the acquisition by Numericable Group (Numericable), a subsidiary of the Altice Group, of sole control of SFR. Prior to the transaction, SFR was exclusively controlled by the Vivendi group, (...)

Amaury Sibon, Marie Louvet, Sergio Sorinas Clearance : The European Commission, following an in-depth review, clears without commitments the proposed acquisition in the building materials sector (Holcim, Cemex West)

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On June 5, 2014, the European Commission unconditionally approved the acquisition of Cemex West by its Swiss competitor Holcim after a phase II and 9 months of investigation. Both companies supply cement and other building materials worldwide. The proposed transaction concerns the acquisition (...)

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