Guilhem Issartel

Conseil de la concurrence , Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)

Guilhem Issartel is Associate at White & Case (Paris). He studied Management at the EDHEC Business School and Law at the Paris XI University. Guilhem joined the Competition, European Law and Regulatory group of White & Case in 2018.

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Guilhem Issartel, Orion Berg Market manipulations: The Energy Regulatory Commission (Dispute Settlement and Sanctions Committee) imposes a €5 million penalty for market manipulations on a French wholesale energy market (Vitol)


EU Regulation 1227/2011, known as the REMIT Regulation, organises the supervision of wholesale electricity and gas markets by national regulatory authorities in the European Union. In this framework, national regulatory authorities have the power to investigate and sanction market abuse, (...)

Orion Berg, Guilhem Issartel Reform: The French Postal and Electronic Communications Authority issues its opinion to the French Competition Authority on the impact of the digital revolution on the audiovisual sector and offers three ways to deal with it (Impact of the digital revolution in the audiovisual sector)


In preparation for the next draft law on audiovisual reform, the Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Posts (hereinafter "Arcep") has been asked for its opinion by the Competition Authority, which has been referred to it by the Committee on Cultural Affairs and Education of (...)

Guilhem Issartel, Orion Berg Commitments: The French Government accepts rollout commitments of two French telecom operators following the favourable opinion of the French Postal and Electronic Communications Authority (Orange, SFR)


Article L. 33-13 of the French Post and Electronic Communications Code (CPCE) stipulates that the minister in charge of electronic communications may accept, after obtaining the opinion of the Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques et des postes (Arcep/Authority), commitments made (...)

Guilhem Issartel, Orion Berg Fibre networks: The French Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Postal Services orders to the incumbent operator to amend the conditions for the fourth operator’s access to the network it co-finances itself (Orange / Free)


Arcep’s decision comes in the context of the deployment of fibre optic networks. French telecom operators have mainly opted to deploy these networks down to the subscriber (Fiber to the Home - FttH). The legislator has established the principle of mutualisation of the terminal part of the (...)

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