Hugues Villey-Desmeserets

BCTG Avocats (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Hugues Villey is graduated from Sciences-Po Paris and holds a Master in European Law from the University Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne. Hugues launched his own practice in 2000 within Toison Villey Broud law firm and joined BCTG Avocats in 2012 as a partner of the economic and competition law department. Hugues ’sectoral experience includes cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, food, logistic, media, etc. He advises international and national companies on EU and French Competition Law as regards anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominant position, merger control, distribution agreements and other complex forms of cooperation. He also represents his clients before all kind of competition or control authorities in case of litigation in these matters.

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Articles

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Hugues Villey-Desmeserets, François Dauba, Adriano Capuocciolo The French Competition Authority accepts commitments offered by food retailers to amend the existing cooperation agreements (Casino / Auchan / Metro / Schiever)

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First use by the French Competition Authority of the tools introduced by the Macron and Egalim laws to render legally binding commitments offered by four large food retailer companies aimed at reducing competition concerns raised by their joint purchasing agreements of retailers’ own-brand (...)

Adriano Capuocciolo, Lucile Delahaye, Hugues Villey-Desmeserets The EU Commission implements a specific and temporary framework for State aid measures to support the EU economy during the COVID-19 outbreak

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The current health crisis related to the Covid-19 outbreak has forced several Member States of the European Union (hereinafter the “EU”) to take exceptional containment measures of their population which have resulted in a decrease in the companies’ cash flow and in a freeze on their investments. (...)

Hugues Villey-Desmeserets, Adriano Capuocciolo The Paris Commercial Court grants interim measures to a large food retailer imposing on one of its suppliers of non-alcoholic beverages to resume its deliveries (Intermarché / Coca-Cola)

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Following the Coca Cola European Partners’ decision (hereinafter ’Coca-Cola’) to stop delivering its products to ITM Alimentaire International (hereinafter ’ITM’), ITM applied for interim measures before the Paris Commercial Court (hereinafter the “Court”) in early 2020. On January 16th, 2020, the (...)

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