Hausfeld (London)

Antoine Riquier

Hausfeld (London)

Antoine is an associate at Hausfeld’s London office and focuses on competition law litigation. His current work involves follow-on cartel damages claims in the automotive industry and in the retail sector on both European and French market. Antoine is admitted to the Paris bar and prior joining Hausfeld, he worked in Brussels for one of the major French law firms, focusing on a cartel case and on the implementation of compliance programs in various sectors. He also worked with a third-party litigation funder in Paris, where he had to deal with complex international litigation as well as managing clients in the Volkswagen “clean” diesel litigation. Antoine studied in Paris and Versailles, where he has obtained a second-year master degree in contracts and competition law with honours. During his law school years, he won a competition law moot court on a private enforcement case and pleaded in the final round in the first chamber of the Court of Appeal in Paris. Antoine loves teaching and is passionate about sports (he was an active member of his athletic club) and nature.

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Antoine Riquier The Paris Commercial Court rules that a Big Tech company should pay €1.27 million in antitrust damages for abuse of its dominant position in the online search advertising market (Oxone Technologies / Google)


Following a stand-alone claim filed by a directory enquiry services provider, the Paris Commercial Court ruled, on 10 February 2021, that Google holds a dominant position in the online search advertising market through Google Ads and abuses that position by setting up rules which are “neither (...)

Laurent Geelhand, Antoine Riquier The French Competition Authority imposes interim measures on a dominant Big Tech company requiring it to enter into good faith negotiations with publishers and new agencies (Google)


After the record fine of 1.1 billion euros against Apple, the French Competition Authority continues to show a strong leadership in its fight against “Big Tech” — Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon, the “GAFAs,” — by imposing interim measures on Google, requiring it to enter into good faith (...)

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