Iphigénie Fossati-Kotz

cxLoyalty Group (London)
General Counsel and Data Protection Officer

Iphigénie Fossati-Kotz studied European and corporate law at Paris X-Nanterre University and at the Humboldt University in Berlin. She also graduated from Sciences-Po Paris. She joined the cxLoyalty Group in London in February 2012 as General Counsel and Data Protection Officer. From January 2009 to February 2012, she worked in the Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation practice of Hogan Lovells and was active in the field of competition and EU law (cartels, abuses of dominance, mergers and regulatory matters) as well as in distribution and consumer law.

Articles

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Charles Saumon, Iphigénie Fossati-Kotz The French Competition Authority accepts commitments in relation to exclusivity agreements in the multi-brand gift cards sector (Accentiv’Kadéos)

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In its decision N°11-D-08 dated 27 April 2011, the French Competition Authority (the «Competition Authority«) accepted the commitments offered by Accentiv’Kadéos in relation to exclusivity agreements between it and its partner brands in the multi-brand gift cards sector. Background On August 2009, (...)

Charles Saumon, Iphigénie Fossati-Kotz The French Competition Authority fines four companies for bid rigging in the painting services sector for naval equipment and engineering structures (Philippe Lassarat, Prezioso-Technilor, Grivetto, Sorespi Bretagne)

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In its decision dated 24 February 2011, the French Competition Authority (the "Competition Authority") considered that four companies had concluded anticompetitive arrangements between 2005 and 2006 by fixing their prices to respond to procurements launched in the painting services sector for (...)

Charles Saumon, Iphigénie Fossati-Kotz The French Competition Authority fines four companies for bid rigging in the painting services sector for naval equipment and engineering structures (Philippe Lassarat, Prezioso-Technilor, Grivetto, Sorespi Bretagne)

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In its decision dated 24 February 2011, the French Competition Authority (the "Competition Authority") considered that four companies had concluded anticompetitive arrangements between 2005 and 2006 by fixing their prices to respond to procurements launched in the painting services sector for (...)

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