Marie Potel-Saville

Amurabi (Paris)
Founder & CEO

Marie Potel-Saville is Founder & CEO of Amurabi. Prior to that, she worked at Creel during 2 years, after working in the Competition group of Allen & Overy in Paris for over 4 years, and in the Antitrust Competition and Trade group of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Paris, London and Brussels for 5 years. Her practice focuses on antitrust and merger control, both at Mexican, European and French levels, with a particular emphasis on regulated sectors (energy, telecommunications), media and pharmaceutical sectors. Marie is also involved in pro bono efforts, including participating in the American Bar Association’s project to support the rights of persons with disabilities in the Mexican criminal justice system. Education: LL.M in European Community Law, University of Essex (2000), DESS in European Business Law, Paris II (1999), Admitted to the Paris Bar (2001).


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Luis Gerardo Garcia Santos Coy, Marie Potel-Saville The Mexican Parliament adopts sweeping telecom reforms aiming at cracking down dominant operators and induces significant reforms on competition law and agency


On June 11th, 2013, a significant amendment to the Mexican Constitution known as “the new Telecommunications Act”, which also significantly impacts the competition regime, was enacted, and will enter into force on June, 12th. The amendment is seen as resulting from the "Pact for Mexico", entered (...)

Marie Potel-Saville The Mexican Competition Authority fines fixed-line incumbent approximately EUR 39.5 M for repeatedly refusing interconnection to a closest competitor (Axtel / Telmex)


Following a complaint by Axtel, one of the alternative telecom suppliers in Mexico, to the Mexican Federal Competition Commission (the “FCC”) in 2010, against Telmex and its subsidiary Telnor (the “Telmex Group”) for refusal to supply rental services of national short-and long-distance dedicated (...)

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Marie Potel-Saville, Olivier Fréget The French Gambling Act: True competition?


The French Gambling Act was initiated under a certain pressure from the European Commission, under the impulse of the Court of Justice case law, given that the compliance with EU law of the previous blanket prohibition in France of gambling apart from State monopolies, partly justified by the (...)

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