Vincent Jaunet

Magenta (Paris)
Partner

Vincent Jaunet graduated from ESSEC and received a degree from the University Paris II Panthéon-Assis (DESS in Business and Tax Law – DJCE). He worked from 2003 to 2007 at CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre, in the Europe, Competition and Economic Regulation team. In 2007, he joined White & Case LLP’s Antitrust & Regulatory department. Since 2008, he is a Partner of Magenta, which he founded with Sylain Justier. Specialized in competition and regulation law, Vincent Jaunet intervenes both as counsel and litigator. He frequently assists his clients regarding merger control. He also developed an expertise in energy law and in telecommunications. Moreover, he has experience in consumer law and in the fields related to the processing of personal data.

Linked authors

JPTT-Vitale (Paris)
Magenta (Paris)
French State Council (Paris)
Paris School of Economics
Neoen
Purenergy (Paris)
DG COMP (Brussels)
French Energy Commission (CRE)

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Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet Energy: The European Council takes side on effective separation of supply and production activities from network operations (Official Position of the European Council)

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A key measure of the third regulatory package relating to the liberalisation of the gas and electricity markets (third "Energy" package), the separation of supply and production activities from transmission network management activities has given rise to intense negotiations since 19 September (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet Postal services : The French telecom regulator renders its opinion on tariffs applicable to services falling within the scope of the universal service and not reserved to the national post office (Collissimo)

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ARCEP, dec. no. 2008-0002 of 5 February 2008 on La Poste’s tariff file of 13 December 2007 relating to national parcel products covered by the universal service. Although the date for the full opening of the postal market to competition has been postponed to 1 January 2011 (the original date (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet Energy - Gas - Regulated tariffs: The Council of State rules that regulated tariffs must be fixed at a level which allows offsetting GDF’s total costs (Poweo - FF3C)

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CE, 10 December 2007, Syndicat Professionnel des Entreprises Locales Gazières and others, n° 275093, 275096 and 275655 CE, December 10, 2007, Société Poweo and Fédération Française des combustibles, carburants et chauffage (FF3C), n° 289012 and 289776 CE, December 10, 2007, Poweo Company, n° 296191 On (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet Energy: The European Commission drafts a proposal on efffective separation of supply and production activities from network operations (Draft EU Directive)

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EC Comm, 19 September 2007, Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Directive 2003/54/EC concerning common rules for the internal market in electricity, COM (2007) 0528, SEC(2007) 1179 SEC(2007) 1180 EC Comm, 19 September 2007, Proposal for a Directive of (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet Energy: The European Commission issues a proposal for the creation of an European agency for the cooperation of national energy regulators (EU Energy Regulator)

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EC Comm, 19 September 2007, Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing an Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, COM (2007) 0530, SEC(2007) 1179 SEC(2007) 1180 Wishing to relaunch the process of liberalisation of the energy markets, the (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet Energy - Electricity regulated tariffs: The French Parliament votes back regulated tariffs for consumers households in a law in favour of social cohesion (Law 5 March 2007)

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Article 24 of Act No. 2007-290 of 5 March 2007 establishing the enforceable right to housing and various measures in favour of social cohesion, JORF No. 55 of 6 March 2007 p. 4190 Many thought that the Constitutional Council’s decision No. 2006-543 DC of 30 November 2006 concerning the law on (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Thierry Tuot, Vincent Jaunet Energy - Regulated tarifs - Privatisation: The French Constitutional Court rules on the lawfulness of energy regulated tarifs and GDF privatisation (Secteur de l’énergie)

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Law n° 2006-1537 of 7 December 2006 relating to the energy sector, JORF n° 284 of 8 December 2006 p. 18531 Cons. const. dec. no. 2006-543 DC of 30 November 2006, Law on the energy sector, JORF no. 284 of 8 December 2006 p. 18544 The decision of the Constitutional Council n° 2006-543 DC of 30 (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet Unbundling: The Regulatory Commission for Energy fixes the rules for unbundling of GDF’s accounts between eligible and non-eligible clients (Gaz de France)

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CRE, Deliberation of July 20, 2006 on the principles for keeping separate accounts for supply activities to eligible customers and supply activities to non-eligible customers applicable to Gaz de France Cons. conc. opinion no. 06-A-12 of 30 June 2006 on the establishment by GDF of separate (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Sylvain Justier, Vincent Jaunet Electricity - Joint-purchasing: The Legislator and the French Competition Council allow major industrial consumers to enter into long term joint purchasing agreements with electricity producers through consortium (Law, Dec., 30 2005 - Electro-intensives industries)

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Á la suite de l’avis rendu par le Conseil de la concurrence, la loi de finances rectificative pour 2005 crée les conditions de mise en place d’un consortium d’achat groupé d’électricité réservé aux industriels gros consommateurs Law n° 2005-1720 of December 30, 2005 of rectifying finance for 2005 (...)

Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet Energy - Eligible consumer: The French legislator publishes further details about how to come out as an eligible customer (Loi n° 2005-781)

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De nouvelles précisions quant aux conditions d’exercice de l’éligibilité Law n°2005-781 of 13 July 2005 on the programme setting the orientations of the energy policy, JORF n°163 of 14 July 2005, p. 11570 Corrigendum A few months ago, in these same columns (Concurrences , No. 1-2005, p. 120), we (...)

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