French Competition Authority (Paris) Norton Rose Fulbright (Paris)

Dylan Damaj

French Competition Authority (Paris), Norton Rose Fulbright (Paris)
Lawyer (Associate)

Dylan Damaj is a competition lawyer based in Paris. Dylan’s practice focuses on antitrust and regulatory matters. Dylan is graduated from the Panthéon-Assas University (Post graduate degree in European Litigation) and from the Sorbonne University (Post graduate degree in Public Business Law). He also has two diplomas from ENS Cachan focused on Economics and Management.

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French Competition Authority (Paris)
Norton Rose Fulbright (Toronto)
Norton Rose Fulbright (New York)
Norton Rose Fulbright (Brussels)
Norton Rose Fulbright (Paris)

Articles

1043 Bulletin

Dylan Damaj, Yann Anselin The General Court of the European Union authorizes the Commission to communicate information submitted in support of its leniency program, through the publication of a new and more detailed version of its penalty decision in the hydrogen peroxide cartel (Akzo Nobel, Eka Chemicals)

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On January 28, 2015, the General Court of the European Union (General Court) authorized the European Commission (Commission) to publish a new and more detailed version of a penalty decision, including information submitted pursuant to its leniency program. This solution should cause (...)

Arnaud Sanz, Dylan Damaj The General Court of the European Union upholds the imposition of a fine of €2.5 million to companies for breach of their duty to cooperate during an inspection of the Commission (EPH / EPIA)

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On November 27, 2014, the General Court of the European Union (Court) upheld the imposition of a fine of €2.5 million to the companies EPH and EPIA for breach of their duty to cooperate during an inspection of the European Commission (Commission). This heavy sanction once again illustrates the (...)

Dylan Damaj, Yann Anselin The EU Court of Justice recalls that except in the case of ‘absolute impossibility’, the provider State of illegal State aid is obliged to obtain recovery thereof, despite the potentially major economic consequences for the recipient of the aid (Alcoa)

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By a judgment dated October 17, 2013, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the CJEU) recalls that except in the case of ‘absolute impossibility’, the provider State of an illegal State aid is obliged to obtain recovery thereof, despite the potentially major economic consequences for (...)

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