Maria Hauser-Morel

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
Counsel

Maria Hauser-Morel is Counsel at the Secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration. Prior to joining the ICC, she was an associate in the Arbitration Group at Salans and lawyer at Allen&Overy (competition law department). She holds a doctorate of law from the University of Wroclaw, Poland and a Master of European and International Business Law at the University of Saint Gallen, Switzerland. She speaks Polish (native), English and French.

Linked authors

Fréget (Paris)
French Competition Authority (Paris)
Lagardère (Paris)

Articles

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Maria Hauser-Morel The French Competition Council publishes a revised leniency programme in line with the European Model Leniency Programme launched by the European Competition Network

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The French Competition Council has published a revised leniency programme which aligns the French model to the European Model Leniency Programme launched by the European Competition Network (hereinafter: the “ECN”) in September 2006. The European Model Leniency Programme was introduced in order (...)

Maria Hauser-Morel, Olivier Fréget A German law amends the Telecommunications Act putting at risk the liberalisation of European electronic communications (Law of 18 February 2007)

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This article refers to the recent amendments to the German Telecommunications Act introduced by a Law of 18 February 2007 on the modification of the telecommunications provisions (hereinafter: the “Law”) and aims at presenting the problems posed by the amendments from the point of view of EU (...)

Alban Saget, Maria Hauser-Morel, Olivier Fréget The French Supreme Administrative Court annuls a merger authorisation in the press sector (Société France Antilles)

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French Administrative Supreme Court (Conseil d’État), 31 January 2007, Société France Antilles, n° 294896 Introduction On 31 January 2007 the French Supreme Administrative Court (Conseil d’État) handed down a judgement annulling a merger authorisation in the press sector. This decision is worthy of (...)

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