French Competition Authority (Paris)

Erwann Kerguelen

French Competition Authority (Paris)
Case Handler

Erwann Kerguelen is a case handler at the French competition authority. Prior to this he worked at the DGCCRF in the enforcement against unfair trade practices. He’s specialized in problematics dealing with the vertical chain of distribution. He hold three master’s degrees: in food engineering, in business administration, and in law.

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University Paris II Panthéon‑Assas
European Broadcasting Union (EBU) (Geneva)
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McDermott Will & Emery (Brussels)
University of Montpellier
Laborde Advisory (Paris)
University of Bergen


160 Bulletin

Erwann Kerguelen The French Supreme Court holds that a jurisdiction or arbitration clause cannot be used by foreign undertakings to discard the application of French provisions on unfair trade practices when the action is brought by the Minister of the economy (Apple)


In a recent decision, the French Supreme Court had to decide whether or not a jurisdiction clause or an arbitration clause could be used by foreign companies to discard the application of French law enforcement concerning unfair trade practices, e.g. Article L. 442-6 of the Commercial Code. (...)


Price 85€00 Les pratiques restrictives

Restrictive trade practices are at the heart of the concerns of more and more actors in economic life, in particular because of the harmful effects they have on the economy. With the main (...)

Date 30 September 2015
Author(s): Erwann Kerguelen
Price 85€00
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