University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

Laetitia Driguez

University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
Lecturer and Researcher

Laetitia Driguez, PhD, studied law at the University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and Economics and Administration at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan. She became professor Agrégé in Economics in 1999. Since 2000 she has specialized in European Law and Competition Law. Her PhD thesis (University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2005) analyses the relationships between Competition Law and Labour and Welfare Law (Labour and Welfare Law and Competition Law, Bruylant, 2006). The book has won several awards: “Concurrences” 2005, “International League of Competition Law” 2006 (ex aequo) and “Labour and Welfare Law” 2006 of the Union des Industries et Métiers de la Métallurgie. She currently works as post-doc researcher and lecturer at the University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.

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Laetitia Driguez L’Europe et les services publics: Le retour de la loi


On 14 April 2006, the Centre for European Research and Documentation (CRDE) of the University Montesquieu-Bordeaux IV brought together academics and professionals for a study day devoted to the theme of public services and the law. This inexhaustible subject gave rise to original, varied and (...)

Laetitia Driguez Le nouveau droit des pratiques restrictives de concurrence


The work of the Canivet Commission has shown how much the Galland Act has been a source of market behaviour abuse: fictitious or over-invoiced commercial cooperation practices allowing suppliers to grant large distributors comfortable back margins that are not passed on to the consumer. In (...)

Laetitia Driguez Gérer la clémence


Inspired by the US model, leniency programmes adopted at Community level and extended to a number of Member States are one of the most significant aspects of the development of competition policy in Europe over the last ten years. Together with the current reforms of competition law, these (...)

Laetitia Driguez La Franchise: Guide juridique


Franchising, which has been developing in France since the early 1970s and which is currently undergoing worldwide expansion, is the most complete and most widely used form of associated trade. It is positioned between isolated independent trade and integrated trade (subsidiaries, branches). (...)

Laetitia Driguez Cartels et ententes


In the business world, agreements between firms or companies and their distributors are common practice. For example, some cooperate in the development of new products, while others organize a system of franchises for the marketing of their production. But there is a great temptation to (...)


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