Marie-Cécile Rameau is a partner at Bredin Prat. She has been involved in a large number of high-profile litigations before competition authorities at the national and EU levels, as well as before commercial courts. Her practice also includes advising on competition issues arising in connection with French and cross-border mergers and acquisitions. She regularly advises French and international clients in a wide variety of industries, in particular in the media, sports, pharma, energy, electronic communications, consumer goods and agro-food sectors. Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2001, Marie-Cécile is a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas and the University of Paris V Descartes. She is a member of the AFEC (French Association of Competition Study) and the APDC (French Association of Lawyers Practicing Competition Law).
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The integration of public interest considerations is not only desirable, but possible because of the permeability of the competition rules to the reception of well-being by the competitive parameters of quality, choice and innovation in addition to that of price. The scope for progress depends (...)
In 2017, the European Commission examined several industrial and commercial minority shareholdings that a company may hold in another, and found either that there was exclusive de facto control, even where there was no certainty that the shareholder would have a majority at the general (...)