Eleonora Udroiu

Leroy & Asociatii (Bucharest)
Laywer (Managing Associate)

Eleonora is managing associate at Leroy și Asociații SCA (Romania). Previously, she worked as senior associate specialising in competition law at Gide, Loyrette, Nouel (Bucharest), advising clients in merger notifications to the Romanian Competition Council and provides legal assistance to various companies in antitrust matters such as distribution networks, cooperation agreements, special requirements for companies holding significant market shares in their respective markets.

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16418 Bulletin

Bruno Leroy, Eleonora Udroiu The Romanian Competition Council clears a merger on the sugar confectionery market while accepting inter alia non-exclusive distribution commitment (Kandia/Kraft Group)


The Romanian Competition Council has recently cleared a concentration carried out on the Romanian sugar confectionery market (Decision n° 10/2007). This concentration occurred further to the purchase by Kandia - Excelent SA (“Kandia”), from companies belonging to Kraft Group, of two trademarks of (...)

Bruno Leroy, Eleonora Udroiu The Romanian High Court quashes a NCA’s decision having imposed a 27 M euro fine for price fixing practices for insufficient proof on the basis, inter alia, of ECJ case law


The Romanian High Court of Cassation and Justice has recently made an application of the principles governing the burden and the level of proof in antitrust cases, overturning decision n° 94/2005 of the Romanian Competition Council as regards the sanction inflicted to one of the undertakings (...)

Bruno Leroy, Eleonora Udroiu The Romanian Competition Authority heavily fines low prices and market sharing on the cable TV market (UPC / Hi-Fi Quadral / Astral Telecom / Cablevision)


The Cable TV Decision (decision n° 237/2006 - the “Decision”) was rendered by the Romanian Competition Council on 12 December 2006, at the end of Romania’s pre-accession period. The thorough analysis included in the Decision may be regarded as evidence that the Council has reached a high level of (...)