French Polynesian Competition Authority (Papeete)

Hervé Lallemant

French Polynesian Competition Authority (Papeete)
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Dr Hervé Raimana Lallemant-Moe (French Polynesia) is a research associate of the Governance and Insular Development Research Team (University of French Polynesia) and of the Center of International Law (University of Lyon III). He is teaching law at the University of French Polynesia, where he is an alumnus. He also graduated from the University of Western Brittany (France) and the University of South Pacific (Fiji). He is currently head of the president department at the Polynesian Competition Authority.

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Articles

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Hervé Lallemant French Polynesia: The Paris Court of Appeal annuls the decision of the French Competition Authority and refers the case to the Polynesian Competition Authority (Société Brasserie du Pacifique)

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The Polynesian Competition Authority’s (PCA) first abuse of dominance sanction decision in 2019 was the start of an unusual jurisdictional saga, with legal consequences not limited to the territory of French Polynesia (Stephane Retterer, L’Autorité polynésienne de la concurrence : L’évolution vers (...)

Stephane Retterer, Jacques Merot, Rod Sims, Aurélie Zoude-Le-Berre, Deborah Healey, Tehono Marchal, Robin Simpson, Antonino Troianiello, Hervé Lallemant Antitrust regimes in the Pacific region

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This On-Topic considers the competition regimes of the Pacific jurisdictions of Australia, French Polynesia and New Caledonia in the context of their respective market conditions. It seeks to determine whether there is uniformity in approach in the region, but finds that each jurisdiction has (...)

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