Natasha A. Moskvina

Moskvina Law
Attorney

Natasha A. Moskvina is an Attorney practising in the greater New York City area. Natasha previously worked for Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, PC (2013-2015) as an associate in the Litigation Department. She represented clients in federal and state court proceedings regarding general commercial matters, antitrust, employment discrimination, RICO, intellectual property, health care services and products, insurance disputes, real estate and construction. She was also joined the Antitrust and Competition Law practice group of Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier in 2007 for two years, worked as a staff attorney in the US Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition (2002-2005), and was an EU Fulbright Research Scholar in late 2005. Ms. Moskvina received an LL.M. in French, European and International Business Law from University Paris II Panthéon-Assas, a J.D. and a Law-Business Certificate from Vanderbilt University, and a B.A. from Duke University. She is admitted to practice in New York, and is a member of the ABA, where she held a leadership position, and the NYSBA.

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Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier (Paris)
Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier (Paris)

Articles

24410 Bulletin

Igor Simic, Natasha A. Moskvina The French Competition Authority accepts commitments offered as part of the negotiated settlement procedure in a minimum retail price maintenance case (Cie Financière et de Participation Roullier)

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Background Compagnie Financière et de Participation Roullier (“CFPR”) mainly produces agricultural supplies, and is also active in agrochemicals and food production. CFPR produces licking salt blocks (“LSB”) for farm animals, which are particularly profitable products. CFPR’s clients are (...)

Didier Théophile, Natasha A. Moskvina The French Minister of Economy approves a concentration in the frozen baked dessert products industry after ruling out vertical and horizontal effects on competition (Vandemoortele)

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Vandemoortele contemplated acquiring sole control of Panavi. The SPA contained non-competition and non-solicitation clauses, which the Minister considered necessary for acquiring the totality of Panavi’s assets and know-how. The parties’ activities overlap in (i) frozen baked dessert products (...)

Didier Théophile, Natasha A. Moskvina The French Minister of Economy approves without remedy a concentration in the sector of agricultural cooperatives despite high market shares on several markets (Agrial/Union Set)

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Agrial is an agricultural cooperative with over 24,000 members. Union Set is another agricultural cooperative with nearly 16,000 members. The concentration results in overlaps in the following markets : the sale of live animals for laughter; retail of hardware, gardening and landscaping tools ; (...)

Igor Simic, Natasha A. Moskvina The French Competition Council condemns practices restricting prices for medical services provided in public hospitals (Anatomic and Cyto Pathology services)

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Anatomic pathologists and cytopathologists examine cells and tissues to diagnose disease. Such physicians provide services to public hospitals pursuant to negotiated agreements or winning bids. To practice, physicians must join the National Medical Authority, and register with the Authority’s (...)

Didier Théophile, Natasha A. Moskvina The French Minister of Economy approves a concentration in the sector for organization of fairs and shows subject to phase II undertakings (Unibail Holding / CCIP)

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The Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIP), among other activities, organizes fairs, shows and congresses. Unibail is a leading French commercial property investor and developer, active in shopping centers, offices, and conventions and exhibitions. The latter branch manages sites and (...)

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