Jean-Christophe Grall

Grall & Associés (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Jean-Christophe Grall is Founding Partner and Manager at Grall & Associés. He works in both the field of consulting, assisting many companies in complex transactions involving competition rules, and those which are subject to French or European distribution law. He also works in the field of litigation, including before the competition authorities and arbitration tribunals. He is the author of several columns on competition law, distribution law and consumer law, and holds postgraduate diploma in Business Law and Taxation from the University of Paris I – Pantheon Sorbonne (1986).

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Frédéric Buy, Gael Chantepie, Jean-Christophe Grall, Audrey Illouz, Helen Coulibaly-Le Gac, Marie Doisy, Luc-Marie Augagneur A law known as "EGalim 2", dated 18 October 2021, aims to protect the remuneration of farmers: Distribution law reformed once again


A law dated 18 October 2021 aiming at protecting the payment of farmers, known as "EGalim 2", reforms distribution law by targeting the food sector. Upstream, the "contractualization" regime between producers and their first buyers is reinforced. Downstream, suppliers and distributors must (...)

Caroline Bellone, Catherine Prieto, Daniel Fasquelle, Jean-Christophe Grall, Julia Xoudis, Léna Sersiron, Marie-Alice Fasquelle-Leonetti, Romain Travade Agriculture and competition law, towards reconciliation?


What was implicit, and has been established in November 2017 by the Court of Justice in the judgment on endives, has been specifically laid down by the European legislator in the omnibus regulation of December 2017: the prohibition on cartels does not apply to producer organizations and (...)

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