Dominique de Gramont

Institute for Consumer Business Liaison - ILEC (Paris)
Former General Delegate

Dominique de Gramont is the former General Delegate at the Institute for Consumer Business Liaison (ILEC). He graduated from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) and from the University Panthéon-Assas Paris 2. He also studied in the National School of Administration (ENA).

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Institute for Consumer Business Liaison - ILEC (Paris)
Institute for Consumer Business Liaison - ILEC (Paris)


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Dominique de Gramont, Jacqueline Riffault-Silk, Jean-Daniel Bretzner, Laurence Idot, Louis Martin, Marie-Hélène Huertas, Martine Behar-Touchais, Michel Ponsard, Muriel Chagny, Valérie Pironon, Yann Utzschneider Contractual practices and competition (Paris, October 25th 2010)


This article reproduces the opening papers delivered at the AFEC conference on contractual practices and competition law in Paris on October 25, 2010. According to the Professor Chagny, the examination of the links between contractual practices and competition law lato sensu reveals (...)

Claire Chambolle, Dominique de Gramont, Hervé Fargues, Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Jérôme Dubruille, Juliette Goyer, Kristen J. McAhren, Lucas Peeperkorn, Marie-Laure Allain, Peter J. Carney Resale price regulation: Leegin and much more


This is a set of 5 articles on Resale Price Maintenance. This topic has recently been debated following the US Supreme Court Leegin ruling and the draft French reform of the antitrust act. The first article is written by 2 leading economists on the economic debate on the welfare effects of (...)

Daniel Fasquelle, David Spector, Dominique de Gramont, Jean-Patrice de La Laurencie, Jérôme Bédier, Muriel Chagny «Chatel» Law: A new deal for producers & distributors - Some legal and economic points of view


INTRODUCTORY WORDS Jean-Patrice DE LAURENCIE Counsel to the Court I. Brief presentation of the law 1. Law No. 2008-3 of 3 January 2008 "for the development of competition in the service of consumers’ (OJ of 4 January 2008, p. 258), already The Chatel law, known as the "Chatel law", has two (...)

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