DG COMP (Brussels)

Dominique Enjolras

DG COMP (Brussels)
Lawyer

Dominique Enjolras left the Paris competition team of White & Case in July 2008 for DG COMP. She graduated in 2005 from the HEC School of Management and from the University of Paris XI. She obtained a Master in European Legal Studies from the College of Europe, Bruges in 2006. Dominique Enjolras specialises in competition and EU law and is particularly active in French and EC merger control and anti-competitive practices. The articles displayed have been written when Dominiquer was a bar school trainee at White & Case Paris.

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Articles

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Dominique Enjolras, Juliette Goyer The French Competition Authority rejects a complaint and a request for interim measures lodged by an association of telecommunications operators regarding an exclusive agreement for the distribution of TV programs (AFORST / France Telecom / France Televisions)

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In a decision dated 7 May 2008, the French Competition Council dismissed both the referral and the request for interim measures lodged by the Association for network operators and telecommunication services (“AFORST”) against France Television and France Telecom regarding an exclusive (...)

Dominique Enjolras, Juliette Goyer The French Competition Authority rejects a complaint and a request for interim measures lodged by an association of telecommunications operators regarding an exclusive agreement for the distribution of TV programs as catch-up TV (AFORST / France Telecom & France Televisions)

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In a decision dated 7 May 2008, the French Competition Council dismissed both the referral and the request for interim measures lodged by the Association for network operators and telecommunication services (“AFORST”) against France Television and France Telecom regarding an exclusive (...)

Dominique Enjolras, Lauriane Lépine The French Commercial Supreme Court rules that exchange of information between competitors in an oligopolistic market is not per se contrary to competition law (Bouygues Telecom / Orange / SFR)

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Background On 29 June the French Commercial Supreme Court (“the Supreme Court”) ruled on a noteworthy case relating to anticompetitive agreements and exchange of information in the mobile telephony market. The case was decided on the basis of Article L. 420-1 of the French Commercial Code and (...)

Dominique Enjolras, Juliette Goyer, Lauriane Lépine The French Competition Council fines a chain store chocolate franchisor for a price fixing practices in sales to work councils (Jeff de Bruges)

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French Competition Council (Conseil de la Concurrence), 24 January 2007, Decision n° 07-D-04, rregarding practices implemented by the Jeff de Bruges franchise network (“relative à des pratiques mises en œuvre par le réseau de franchise Jeff de Bruges”) In a decision dated 24 January 2007, the (...)

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