Johanne Peyre

Concurrences (New York)
Senior Counsel Global Competition Law

Johanne Peyre is leading the competition practice with a global remit for Pearson, a major publisher of educational solutions (New York). Elected by 40 in their 40s Notable Women Competition Professionals in Europe, the Americas and Africa, and featured as an influential lawyer by several expert publications including Concurrences, Modern Legal Practice and GCR, Johanne has an unwavering commitment to ensuring innovative change in the antitrust compliance management. She is a prominent in-house counsel and manager who offers regular commentary and advice on how to best get traction from the business on antitrust risks and compliance (BIICL, OECD, GCR, ABA etc.). Johanne received degrees from Montpellier University, DJCE, and King’s College London. She has extended experience in both private practice (Baker &McKenzie Paris where she reported to current FMI Chief Christine Lagarde, and Cleary Gottlieb, Brussels, Paris and Washington D.C.) and occupying in-house positions (served as Head of Global Competition Law for the Michelin group). Her recognized expertise encompasses all aspects of competition law (she notably pioneered private damages actions in the EU) to innovative networking and compliance solutions (awarded of best serious game for her Michelin Antitrust innovative and first ever gaming learning solution in the legal space). Johanne is also dedicated to improving diversity in the legal sphere by her strong involvement in various mentoring initiatives (US National Federation of the Blind; Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy and Ethics of USC Gould School of Law).

Linked authors

White & Case (Brussels)
University College London
RBB Economics (Brussels)
ENSAE Paris-Tech
Jones Day (Washington DC)
Allen & Overy (Paris)
Apple (Brussels)
International Airlines Group (London)


Johanne Peyre
Johanne Peyre 10 April 2018


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Assimakis Komninos, Florence Ninane, Francesco Rosati, Geoffrey D. Oliver, Hendrik Bourgeois, Ioannis Lianos, James Killick, Johanne Peyre, Niamh McCarthy, Philippe Choné The EU guidance on exclusionary abuses: A step forward or a missed opportunity?


Quelles sont les conséquences pour les entreprises de la Communication de la Commission concernant l’article 82 du Traité ? Rend-elle l’action de la Commission plus prévisible ? L’utilisation de nombreux critères économiques réduit-elle le risque que les pratiques pro-concurrentielles des entreprises (...)

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