Marianne Le Moullec

Cabinet Renaudier (Paris)
Lawyer (Associate)

Marianne Le Moullec is an attorney at Cabinet Renaudier. She joined it in February 2015 after being Associate in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Department, resident in the Paris office of Proskauer Rose LLP. Marianne’s practice focuses on antitrust law and she has vast knowledge of and experience dealing with French and European antitrust and distribution law, regarding both contentious and non-contentious aspects. She advises and represents clients in a wide range of industries, including retail, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, on matters such as French and European antitrust litigation, merger control, European common market law, distribution law, and regulatory and consumer law. In addition, Marianne is a frequent lecturer and speaks at many conferences on competition- and distribution-related issues.


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Marianne Le Moullec, Mireille Dany Significant imbalance: The Paris Court of Appeal confirms the ruling of the Lille Court of Commerce imposing a fine on a retailer because of the significant imbalance of two provisions of its annual agreement with its suppliers


The Lille Commercial Court had ordered Eurauchan to pay a civil fine of EUR 1 million for a significant imbalance in its annual agreement. This action was one of a series of writs issued by the Minister of the Economy in September 2009 against nine general and specialised supermarket chains (...)

Marianne Le Moullec, Mireille Dany Sudden termination: The Court of cassation rules that the reconversion of the terminated party has no influence in the calculation of the duration of the notice period (Claas)


Cass. Com, November 6, 2012, No. 11-24570. The main purpose of giving notice of termination of a business relationship is to enable the partner who has been terminated to organise his conversion. This is self-evident, even if the text of Article L. 442-6 I 5° of the Commercial Code does not (...)

Marianne Le Moullec, Mireille Dany Sudden termination: The Court of cassation considers that the commercial relationship with a company member of a group of companies is different from the relationships with others companies of the group if the relationship has a different object and this company has its own legal personality (Caporal & Moretti/Groupe Alcatel-Lucent)


Cass. Com. 23 October 2012, No. 11-22383. The text prohibiting the abrupt termination of commercial relations frees itself from a purely legal analysis to focus on the economic reality. Thus, the text refers to the notion of "commercial relationship" rather than "contract" to apply in the many (...)

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