Fidal (Paris)

Jocelyn Goubet

Fidal (Paris)

Jocelyn Goubet is a lawyer practicing in Fidal’s Paris office. He is Head of mission within the economic law department. He previously was senior associate in Ashurst’s competition and EU law department in Paris. Jocelyn specialises in European law, antitrust law, mergers and abuse of dominant position. Before Ashurst, Jocelyn had successively worked with competition teams of Hertslet Wolfer & Heintz, DLA Piper, Vogel & Vogel office in Paris (2008) and with the competition team of Fourgoux & Associés office in Paris (2009). He holds a Master degree in European Business Law and a Master degree in Comparative Law from the University of Paris II, Panthéon-Assas. He is member of Transeurope Experts and of the French Association for Competition Studies (AFEC).

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149 Bulletin

Fayrouze Masmi-Dazi, Jocelyn Goubet The French Civil Supreme Court requests justification on how belonging to a group may be considered an aggravating factor in setting antitrust fines (Allez)


On 21 October 2014, the French Civil Supreme Court issued a decision regarding bid rigging in the public contract sector. Following an investigation of the Directorate-General for Competition, Consumption and the Fight against Fraud, the French Competition Authority found ten undertakings (...)

197 Review

Christophe Lemaire, Jocelyn Goubet Commitments: The French Supreme Court clarifies the method of assessment in the case of a breach of commitments submitted before the French Competition Authority (Les Indépendants)


While sanction decisions for non-compliance with commitments in the area of anti-competitive practices are relatively rare (for a recent review, see Concurrences No. 4-2018, obs. Ch. Lemaire and H. Fricaudet, p. 173), the year 2018 continues to fuel the debate. Indeed, after the recent sanction (...)

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