Angélique de Brousse is senior legal counsel responsible for competition law cross-sector for EMEA at Johnson&Johnson, in charge of all aspects of competition law, including acquisitions, divestitures and other transactions, as well as antitrust litigation and investigations, competition policy, training and counseling. Prior to joining Johnson&Johnson, she was counsel at Freshfields where she worked extensively on mergers and antitrust cases as well as compliance and dawn-raid trainings for French, Belgian and international clients in various industries. She completed her legal education at Paris University (Maîtrise/Master I de Droit des Affaires from Paris-X and DEA/Master II in Business and European Law from Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne). She also received an LLM in Business and European law from the University of London (Queen Mary College).
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Commitments are at the centre of current national and Community competition law. The requirements of efficiency and speed combine with the new regulatory provisions to shape the evolution of this practice. Following the Community decisions, the first decisions could soon be taken internally. (...)