Jean-Charles Albitre

Dentons (Paris)

Jean-Charles Albitre is a partner at Ferdowsi Legal & Tax in Tehran, Iran (in association with Fidal). He is a French qualified attorney (Avocat) at the Paris Bar and a Registered European Lawyer at the Budapest Bar. He focuses primarily on general corporate, corporate governance, stock exchange regulations and M&A transactions but also enjoys significant experience in real estate transactions, employment and litigation in a broad range of sectors throughout the CEE Region. He holds a Master degree in International Business Law from the University of Rennes I.

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Gide Loyrette Nouel (Budapest)


19560 Bulletin

Jean-Charles Albitre The Hungarian Competition Authority states that an increase in prices above the inflation by a dominant local cable operator does not amount to an abuse of dominant position (Dual-Plus)


The Hungarian Competition Office (HCO) led a procedure ex officio against Dual-Plus Kereskedelmi és Szolgáltató Kft. (Dual-Plus) under allegations of abuse of a dominant position on the market, manifested through price increases well above the inflation rate. It rendered its decision on October (...)

Jean-Charles Albitre The Hungarian Competition Authority considers the refusal to supply of an undertaking allegedly in dominant position as having no negative effects on the basis of Art. 82 EC (Unilever)


The Hungarian Competition Council applied Article 82 of the EC Treaty in the Unilever Magyarország case. The Competition Council investigated a potential abuse of dominant position violating Article 82 originating from the reorganization (i. e. contraction) of the distribution network of (...)

Jean-Charles Albitre The Hungarian Competition Council exempts a 9 year exclusive services agreement with the incumbent on the basis of Art. 81.3 EC in the IT services market (Magyar Telekom)


Facts of the case The Rába Group (the "Group") is one of Hungary’s largest vehicle manufacturers, which produces undercarriages, spare parts and commercial vehicles, mainly for export markets (60% of its production is exported). The Rába Group is one of the biggest undercarriage constructors in (...)

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