Malgorzata Pujdak

Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)
In-House Counsel

Malgorzata Pujdak is In-House Counsel at CEA Paris. Prior to that, she worked at Arkema. Malgorzata Pujdak completed an LL.M in European Law at the College of Europe in Bruges and an MBA at the Law & Business School of Paris. She also holds a Master in Business and Tax Law from Panthéon-Assas University. Malgorzata specialises in business and competition law. She was intern at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP London office in the department of international arbitration, Proskauer & Rose LLP Paris office, in the department of international arbitration, Landwell Global (PricewaterhouseCoopers Paris legal office) in the M&A department and KSK (Polish law firm) in the litigation department. Her working languages are Polish, English and French.


1516 Bulletin

Ajit Dhaliwal, Malgorzata Pujdak The French Competition Authority fines 14 companies 9 803 590 M € for having shared almost all public markets for the restoration of historic monuments


I. Background Following the concern over an anomaly in the process of offers of the Regional Organisation for Cultural Affairs (DRAC) in the Haute-Normandie area on the 16th March 2001; an inquiry by the French Competition Authority (predecessor to the Competition Authority) was held into the (...)

1157 Review

Malgorzata Pujdak, Michel Debroux Interpretation of the de minimis notice: The Court of Cassation refers to the Court of Justice for a preliminary ruling asking whether an agreement that does not reach de minimis threshold can be pursued and sanctioned by the ANC on the ground of both EU and national competition law (Expedia)


Cass. com, May 10, 2011, Expedia, No. 10-14881, "online travel sales sector". Is there a contradiction between the European Commission’s de minimis notice of 22 December 2001 and the case law of the Court on the concept of anti-competitive object? Can a national competition authority sanction (...)

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