France-Helene Boret

Linklaters (Brussels)
Professional Support Lawyer

France-Hélène Boret joined the Brussels office of Linklaters. Before, she was lawyer to the Paris office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in 2004. She graduated from the University of Rennes and studied at Queen Mary University of London during one year (Maîtrise de droit public). She is currently preparing an LL.M in business law with the University of London. She was acting as a knowledge management lawyer in the Paris Antitrust Competition and Trade team. She was in charge of the publications relating to key legal developments in competition law as well as of the preparation of conferences. This position also included a consultant role on technical competition issues. Since 2008, France-Hélène Boret holds the position of associate within the same team.

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Japan Tobacco International (Boulogne-Billancourt)


8275 Bulletin

France-Hélène Boret, Mathilde Mason A French Court of Appeal declares inadmissible an action for nullity carried out by the French Minister for Economic Affairs on the basis of Art. 6.1 ECHR in the framework of its right to act on behalf of victims of restrictive practices (Galec)


In September 2001, after comparing its conditions of purchase for fresh products with those granted to Carrefour by several suppliers, Galec noticed that the sums it received in relation to commercial cooperation services were below those of Carrefour. Galec thus claimed it had been (...)

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