Jones Day (Paris)

Remy Fekete

Jones Day (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Rémy Fekete is a partner at Jones Day, based in the firm’s Paris office. He has practiced in the telecommunications, media and information technology (TMT) sectors for over 20 years. He leads the TMT team in the Paris Office and regularly advises public entities and major telecommunications groups on issues related to broadcasting, distribution, and corporate law such as the setting up of public-private partnerships (PPPs). In addition to his numerous missions assisting governments and regulatory authorities, Rémy intervenes alongside private companies, telecommunications operators, investment funds, and financial institutions on financing, restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions’ operations. Rémy has advised more than 30 governments and regulators in the granting of licenses, the privatization of operators, the opening up of the market to new players, and the restructuring and reforming of the worldwide legal and regulatory framework applicable to the telecommunications and information technology sector. Rémy has a significant experience in French, English, and Portuguese speaking countries of Africa and the Middle East and advises major international groups (infrastructure, distribution, etc.) with respect to their activities and expansion in emerging markets (establishment of local entities, acquisition of administrative authorizations, management of international disputes, etc.).

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19139 Bulletin

Yvan N. Desmedt, Alexandre G. Verheyden, Laurent De Muyter, Remy Fekete, Holger Neumann, Marta Lahuerta Escolano The EU Commission proposes a draft Gigabit Infrastructure Act to fast-track the deployment of very high-capacity fixed and mobile connectivity and replace the Broadband Cost Reduction Directive


In Short The Situation: The European Commission has presented three initiatives to transform the connectivity sector on 23 February 2023 (the "Connectivity Package"). The State of Play: The European Commission has proposed a draft Gigabit Infrastructure Act ("GIA") proposal that would come as (...)

Alev Bayraktar, Remy Fekete The Turkish Competition Authority takes interim measures against the telecommunications incumbent on alleged predatory pricing on internet broadband access without waiting for the telecommunications regulator’s opinion (TTNet A.S.)


Pursuant to Article 6 of the Law on the Protection of Competition n° 4054 (the “Law”), abuse of dominant position is prohibited. It is forbidden, pursuant to paragraph (a) of Article 6 “to prevent, directly or indirectly, other undertakings in its area of commercial activities or practices which (...)

Remy Fekete The Turkish Competition Authority fines 5M EUR an abuse of dominant position by applying the “essential facility” doctrine in the energy distribution sector (Enerjisa and Toros / CEAS)


By a decision held on February 8th, 2007, the Turkish Competition Board confirmed its legal analysis carried out in a previous decision held in 2003, relating to the behaviour of an operator managing an electricity distribution network. Such behaviour was found to constitute an abuse of (...)

Alev Bayraktar, Remy Fekete The Turkish Competition Authority fines € 4 M the telecom incumbent for abusive exclusive practices on the mobile phone market (Turkcell)


Pursuant to Article 6 of the Law on the Protection of Competition n° 4054 (the “Law”), abuse of dominant position is prohibited (For a restatement of Turkish Competition provisions, see Prof. Dr. Ercüment Erdem, Overview on Turkish Competition Law, e-Competitions, n° 13152). It is forbidden for (...)

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