Grall & Associés (Paris)

Clément Echard

Grall & Associés (Paris)
Associate

Clément Echard is a lawyer at Grall & Associés. Prior he was a case handler at the Competition Authority of New Caledonia. He worked in Lyon for almost 4 years as a lawyer within the competition & distribution department of a law firm. He holds a Master’s degree in EU law from the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas.

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Clément Echard New Caledonia : The New Caledonian Competition Authority sanctions for the first time a horizontal price agreement in the agricultural sector (Agridis, Agricenter, Céres, Maconnet)

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In its decision n°2022-PAC-01, the New Caledonian Competition Authority (hereinafter "NCCA") sanctioned an illegal horizontal cartel, contrary to article Lp. 421-1 of the Commercial Code applicable in New Caledonia (hereinafter the "Commercial Code"), characterized by the joint fixing of public (...)

Clément Echard New Caledonia: The New Caledonian Competition Authority publishes its 2020 activity report and its priorities for 2021, which highlight the emergence and complementarity of its repressive action in the area of transparency of supplier-distributor relations with the fight against anti-competitive practices

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In the context of its repressive mission, the New Caledonian Competition Authority (hereinafter the "ACNC") has the particularity of being competent to fight concomitantly against anti-competitive practices and certain restrictive commercial practices (hereinafter the "RCP") known as "formal" (...)

Clément Echard New Caledonia: The New-Caledonian Competition Authority adopts two decisions regarding a de facto exclusive importation agreement in the sector for industrial ice-creams (Ysco, Serdis)

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In the overseas territories, import monopolies not justified by the interest of consumers are prohibited. Such practices eliminate intra-brand competition, artificially partition markets and ultimately contribute to the high cost of living in overseas France. Exclusive import practices are (...)

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