The Brattle Group (Paris)

Laurent Eymard

The Brattle Group (Paris)

Laurent Eymard has more than 10 years of experience advising clients in a wide range of competition cases and civil litigations across a wide range of sectors. He has been involved in several merger, antitrust, and state aid cases before the European Commission and other European jurisdictions – primarily in France and Belgium. Laurent has extensive experience advising clients on notifying competition authorities of complex mergers, especially in cases requiring an analysis of local competition dynamics or bidding data. He has also provided expert economic evidence in civil litigations in numerous sectors, including telecommunication, air transportation, and fast-moving consumer goods. His experience includes working for both defendants and claimants in high profile litigations concerning concerted practices and complex abuse of dominance issues.

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Video teaser: Aymeric Discours (McDermott Will & Emery) & Laurent Eymard (Hexagon Economics)
Laurent Eymard 22 June 2020 Webinar
Laurent Eymard (MAPP)
Laurent Eymard 19 December 2017 Paris


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Gianni De Stefano, Giovanni Labate, James Harvey, Jeremy Bernard, Laurent Eymard, Marie Blanchard, Nathalie Jalabert-Doury, Salomé Cisnal De Ugarte, William Koeberlé The Coty judgment: Online selective distribution and platform bans


In its Coty Germany c. Parfumerie Akzente decision dated 6 December 2017, the Court of Justice reiterated the conditions of application of Article 101 TFEU to selective distribution agreements based on qualitative criteria. The Court also ruled for the first time on the prohibition to resell (...)

Antoine Chapsal, Laurent Eymard Remarks on the calculation of local market shares


The method usually applied to compute local market shares is severely flawed. Once the relevant geographic market has been defined, it consists in computing the ratio between the total value of sales by all plants or stores of the firm located in the relevant market over the total value of (...)


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