Josselin J. Lucas

Leroy Merlin (Lille)
General Counsel

Since July 2015 Josselin J. Lucas has been General Counsel at Leroy Merlin. Previously, he was a senior associate in the Litigation practice of Paul Hastings. His practice focused on both EU and French law, especially antitrust/competition law in its advisory and litigation aspects, as well as commercial litigation representation. Before joining Paul Hastings, Josselin worked in several international law firms and as a trainee lawyer in the Private Offices of two EU judges at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg. Josselin has authored numerous articles on EU and French competition/antitrust law. He was a lecturer in EU law and comparative competition law at the Institute of Political Studies of Paris ("Sciences Po Paris") for several years. He has been a lecturer in EU antitrust/competition law at the University of Versailles since 2011. He is a Research Fellow at the University of Versailles (Center for Business and IT Law Studies - "DANTE"). Josselin graduated from Institute of Political Studies of Paris ("Sciences Po Paris") (Master of Public Affairs, 2008), HEC Paris Business School ("Hautes Etudes Commerciales Paris") (Master of Science in Management, 2005) and University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne (LL.B, LL.M and Postgraduate degree in Business Law and Tax Law, 2003-2005, cum laude). He is fluent in English.

Linked authors

US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) (Washington DC)
Sheppard Mullin (San Francisco)
Paul Hastings (Brussels)

Articles

808 Bulletin

Josselin Lucas, Sophia Vandergrift The US DoJ requires two merging parties in the aero-engine sector to divest helicopter engine business and to authorize a new third-party to provide servicing for certain models of aircraft engines and APUs (GE / Honeywell)

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A Merger Denied, 13 years later: The GE/Honeywell Saga* Through COMESA, a regional organization on which this resource has published extensively, African countries have made a significant foray into cross-border merger control. As the world’s competition regimes continue to proliferate, a (...)

3329 Review

Josselin Lucas Competition Damages Actions in the EU

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Competition Damages Actions in the EU offers a clear and concise analysis of the latest case law, legislation and policy documentation in the field of damages actions for breach of EU competition law. Highly topical, the authors explore the problems of indirect purchaser standing and (...)

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