Lauren Leblond

University Paris Nanterre
Professor

Lauren Leblond is a lecturer at the University Paris Nanterre. She is a member of the CEDCACE research center. Since her PhD Thesis (Pratiques anticoncurrentielles et brevets. Etude en faveur de la promotion européenne de l’innovation, Bruylant, 2014), her research areas relate mainly to competition law, intellectual property law and Digital law.

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CRDP (Nanterre)
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Articles

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Allen Grunes, Lauren Leblond, Laurence Idot, Maurice Stucke, Nicolas Petit, Thomas Cheng Kin-Hon Search engines (Competition law enforcement in the digital sector - Nanterre, 17 November 2016)

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Case 1 was dedicated to the practices of search engines in the scope of Chinese, American and European laws. An economist has also shared his point of view on the matter. 1. Rant is a particularly efficient search engine, present in all countries of the world. In the search engine advertising (...)

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