Elise Nachbaur

Niddam-Drouas Avocats (Paris)
Lawyer (Associate)

Admitted to the Paris bar in 2019, Elise holds a Master’s degree in European Economic Law from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. Before joining NIDDAM-DROUAS AVOCATS in May 2019, Elise worked in an English law firm and interned in several law firms as well as within the French competition Authority in Paris and the European Commission (Media/Antitrust unit) in Brussels. Her practice focuses on French and European competition law.

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University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
Niddam-Drouas Avocats (Paris)

Articles

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Christophe Lemaire, Elise Nachbaur Commitments: The European Commission accepts commitments offered by four US film studios and one TV broadcaster on cross-border pay-TV services (Disney, NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros., Sky)

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After a market test, the Commission considered that the package of commitments offered by Disney, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros and Sky UK in November and December 2018 removed the competition concerns identified by the Commission. As a reminder, the competition concerns expressed (...)

Christophe Lemaire, Elise Nachbaur Settlement: The French Competition Authority publishes its procedural notice on the new settlement procedure (Procedural notice "Settlement")

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The publication by the Autorité de la concurrence of its procedural notice on the settlement procedure ("communiqué Transaction") on 27 December 2018 ratified the new French settlement regime which succeeds the former procedure for non-contestation of objections. The communiqué states that it has (...)

Christophe Lemaire, Elise Nachbaur Commitments: The European Commission renders legally binging commitments offered by German grid operator in the market of transmission of electricity (TenneT)

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Following the market test launched in March 2018, the Commission, by a decision of 7 December 2018, made the commitments offered by TenneT legally binding. The proposed commitments aim to resolve the competition concerns identified by the Commission regarding TenneT’s behaviour in severely (...)

Christophe Lemaire, Elise Nachbaur Commitments: The European Commission submits to a market test commitments offered by six major film studios and a pay TV broadcaster in pay tv investigation (Disney; NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros, Sky)

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More than two years after the Commission decision making the commitments offered by Paramount legally binding, the Commission is again market testing the commitments offered, this time by Disney (on 25 October 2018) and by NBC Universal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros and Sky UK (on 12-13 December (...)

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