General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)

Aymeric de Moncuit

General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
Référendaire

Aymeric de Moncuit is a référendaire at the Court of Justice of the European Union (General Court) in Luxembourg since 2014. Before joining the Court, Aymeric was a competition lawyer with Dentons and Norton Rose in Paris (2007-2010) and a case handler with the French Competition Authority (2010-2014). In addition to lecturing French and EU Competition Law in Panthéon-Assas, Aymeric regularly writes and speaks on EU litigation, State aid and competition/antitrust law topics. Aymeric graduated in law both in France (Panthéon-Sorbonne/Paris) and the UK (King’s College/London) and is a non-practicing member of the Paris bar.

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Frédéric Jenny, Christian Ahlborn, Jeremy Bacharach, Christoph Barth, Christian Bovet, Marcel Boyer, Jacques Buhart, Maria Pilar Canedo Arrillaga, Michèle Carpagnano, Daniel Crane, Aymeric de Moncuit, Valentine Delaloye, Jacques Derenne, David-Julien Dos Santos, David Gabathuler, Mark Griffiths, Leigh Hancher, David Henry, Pierre Horna, David Kupka, Siún O’Keeffe, Christian Ritz, Giulio Cesare Rizza, Matthias Schlau, Mario Siragusa, Anastasia Usova, Faustine Viala, Masako Wakui Competition law and health crisis

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The unexpected shock provoked by the Covid-19 crisis and the measures taken to limit the spread of the pandemic have affected the functioning of many markets. Throughout the world, competition authorities which, in the last decade, had been enforcing their laws in the context of steady economic (...)

Aymeric de Moncuit Connecting competition law standards to the Internet of things

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The advent of the Internet of Things will entail a new Internet revolution and bring about profound changes that will rival the first wave of Internet innovation. This paper explores the competition law implications raised by this upcoming revolution. Starting by discussing the merits of open (...)

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