DG COMP (Brussels)

Bruno Julien-Malvy

DG COMP (Brussels)
Case officer

Bruno Julien-Malvy, joined the European Commission in 1996. His experience includes four years at the Directorate General for Trade, as an administrator in the Dispute Settlement Unit of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and five years in DG Competition where he essentially covered anti-trust cases in the IT and media sectors. Mr. Julien-Malvy has a Master degree in European Community Law from the College of Europe (1995), an LL.M. from Georgetown University (2001) and is also admitted at the New York Bar.

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922 Bulletin

Alain Andries, Bruno Julien-Malvy The EU Commission prohibits collecting societies from restricting competition into the conditions for the management and licensing of authors’ public performance rights for musical works (CISAC)


"The CISAC decision - creating competition between collecting societies for music rights"* I. Introduction On 16 July 2008 the European Commission adopted a decision prohibiting 24 European collecting societies from restricting competition as regards the conditions for the management and (...)

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