Yann Anselin

Norton Rose Fulbright (Paris)
Lawyer (Associate)

Yann Anselin is an Associate with Norton Rose Fullbright in Paris.

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Articles

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Dylan Damaj, Yann Anselin The General Court of the European Union authorizes the Commission to communicate information submitted in support of its leniency program, through the publication of a new and more detailed version of its penalty decision in the hydrogen peroxide cartel (Akzo Nobel, Eka Chemicals)

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On January 28, 2015, the General Court of the European Union (General Court) authorized the European Commission (Commission) to publish a new and more detailed version of a penalty decision, including information submitted pursuant to its leniency program. This solution should cause (...)

Lolita Berthol-Balladur, Yann Anselin The Paris Court of appeal partially annuls the Competition Authority’s decision in the packaged flour case due to the lack of by object infringement in its national component (France Farine, Bach Müle)

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In its judgment dated November 20, 2014, the Paris Court of appeal (Court of appeal) partially overturned the decision of the French Competition Authority (FCA) relating to the practices followed in the flour business (Decision). In 2012, certain millers were accused by the FCA of closing the (...)

Tien Hua, Yann Anselin The Paris Court of Appeal orders to compensate companies in an amount of over € 1.6 million due to their damages resulting from an anti-competitive agreement on prices and sales volumes of synthetic lysine prohibited by the European Commission (Ajinomoto Eurolysine)

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In a judgment dated February 27, 2014, the Court of Appeal of Paris (Court of Appeal) has, on remand from the Court of Cassation (Court), ordered Ajinomoto Eurolysine (AE) to compensate four companies in the Doux group (Doux) in an amount of over € 1.6 million due to their damages resulting (...)

Dylan Damaj, Yann Anselin The Court of Justice of the European Union recalls that except in the case of ‘absolute impossibility’, the provider State of an illegal State aid is obliged to obtain recovery thereof, despite the potentially major economic consequences for the recipient of the aid (Alcoa)

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By a judgment dated October 17, 2013, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the CJEU) recalls that except in the case of ‘absolute impossibility’, the provider State of an illegal State aid is obliged to obtain recovery thereof, despite the potentially major economic consequences for (...)

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