Audrey Blot

Lallemand & Legros (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Audrey Blot joined the European department of Lallemand Legros as an associate in 2010. Her practice mainly focuses in European civil service law, state aids and services of general economic interest. Prior to joining Lallemand Legros, she worked for Kemmler Rapp Böhlke, where she focused in the liberalization of state controlled sectors, especially in the area of energy. She completed a Masters degree in European law, in economic law and in human rights in Paris, and an LLM in international law in London. She is a member of the Paris and the Brussels bars.

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Lallemand & Legros (Brussels)
Lallemand & Legros (Brussels)
University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

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Audrey Blot Air transport: The Court of Justice dismisses an application for annulment lodged by Luxembourg against the Directive 2009/12/EC on airport charges (Luxembourg/Parliament and Council)

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CJEU, 12 May 2011, Luxembourg v. Parliament and Council, case C-176/09 Airport charges are a thorny issue and one of the elements in the price war between traditional and low-cost airlines. The judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union of 12 May 2011 (Case C 176/09, Grand Duchy of (...)

Audrey Blot Air transport: The Court of Justice gives some precision, on the one hand, on the notion of prejudice complying with the Montreal Convention and EC Regulation n°2027/97 and, on the other hand, on the conditions to exclude the duty of compensation by implementing EC Regulation n°261/2004 (Axel Walz/Clickair, Andrejs Eglitis and Edvards Ratnieks)

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CJEU, 6 May 2011, Axel Walz v. Clickair, case C-63/09 CJEU, 12 May 2011, Eglītis and Ratnieks, case C-294/10 The issue of air passenger rights in the European Union is not new. The explosion in mobility in Europe over the last 30 years, the complete restructuring of the sector and the (...)

Audrey Blot La libre concurrence face aux juges

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Judges are increasingly confronted with economic reasoning as victims of competition law infringements increasingly turn to the courts to enforce their rights. Satisfying this new demand leads them to decide for themselves on the anti-competitive nature of certain practices. Moreover, they are (...)

Audrey Blot L’État actionnaire

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State ownership is not yet a thing of the past. Paradoxically, it is in a context of a shrinking public sector that the subject has undergone a real revival in recent years. This study focuses on the extent to which the qualities of state and shareholder can be reconciled and how the state (...)

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