Guillaume Taillandier

Amcor (Zürich)
General Counsel

Guillaume has been Head of Legal for Europe at Bemis Europe, based in Brussels office until April 2012. He is currently General Counsel at Amcor. He is also lecturer in Competition Law at Université Catholique de Lille since September 2014. Prior to that, he was partner at Squire Sanders. His particular expertise covered French and EC competition law, including merger control, anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominance and State aids. Guillaume advised various clients in relation to the competition law aspects of technology licensing, R&D and distribution agreements. Guillaume was also a member of Hammonds Air Transport Team and regularly advises airlines and other stakeholders of the air transport industry on regulatory and competition law issues. He is a founding member and former Chairman of the young lawyers committee of France’s largest competition law association (Association Française de l’Etude de la concurrence), of which he is an active member.


6591 Bulletin

Fani Skartouli, Guillaume Taillandier The Paris Court of Appeal opposes the Supreme Court on the admissibility of evidence obtained without the knowledge of the companies under investigation (Avantage / Sony / Philips)


On 29 April 2009, the Paris Court of Appeal dismissed for the second time the appeal of Philips and Sony against a decision of the Competition Council in 2005 condemning an agreement between the two companies and their respective distributors. In so doing, the Court of Appeal expressed its (...)

Guillaume Taillandier A French Court confirms its competence to control the enforcement of remedies offered by the parties to a concentration to the benefit of third parties (Parabole reunion / Canal +)


On 18 September 2007, the Paris Court of First Instance (the Court) adopted a judgement whereby it confirmed its competence to protect third party’s rights resulting from a merger authorisation decision and enjoined the new entity resulting from the merger to abide by its commitments. Although (...)

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