Jean-Julien Lemonnier

Stephenson Harwood (Paris)
Partner

Jean-Julien is the partner in charge of the competition department at Stephenson Harwood in Paris. He has developed an expertise of fifteen years in competition law. He acts in investigations concerning alleged anti-competitive practices, mainly initiated by the French competition authority or by the European Commission, and in merger control cases. Jean-Julien also advises his clients on the implementation of compliance programs, on distribution law and on issues of restrictive competition practices. In parallel, Jean-Julien Lemonnier is also regularly involved in internal investigations, not only in competition law but also beyond, in particular in criminal business law. He advises clients mainly in the financial sector but also in a wide variety of sectors such as transport, energy, consumer goods, digital and chemical. Jean-Julien regularly publishes articles and analyses in the field of competition. He is also regularly called upon to speak at conferences and training sessions. Prior to joining Stephenson Harwood, Jean-Julien was Counsel in the competition department of a leading international law firm in Paris. Jean-Julien is bilingual in French and English and is a member of the Paris Bar.

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Articles

2182 Bulletin

Jean-Julien Lemonnier The French Competition Authority accepts commitments proposed by the editor of printed and online directories and puts an end to its investigations in the market of sale of advertising space in those directories (PagesJaunes)

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In a decision issued on November 22, 2012, the French Competition Authority (hereafter “the FCA”) accepted the commitments proposed by PagesJaunes SA, thereby putting an end to a procedure following complaints for abuse of dominant position, without imposing any fine. PagesJaunes is the leader (...)

Jean-Julien Lemonnier The French Competition Authority accepts commitments proposed by French media distribution company and puts an end to its investigations in the press distribution sector (Presstalis)

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Summary of the case In a decision issued on July 12, 2012, the French Competition Authority (hereafter “the FCA”) accepted the commitments proposed by Presstalis, thereby putting an end to a procedure following complaints for abuse of dominant position, without imposing any fine. The (...)

Jean-Julien Lemonnier The French Competition Authority makes mandatory commitments proposed by an economic interest group to reduce the inter-bank fees applicable to transactions by payment cards (Groupement des Cartes Bancaires)

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On July 7, 2011, the French Competition Authority (hereinafter the “Authority”) issued a decision whereby it accepts settlement of an investigation and makes mandatory the commitments proposed by “Groupement des Cartes Bancaires”,an Economic Interest Group which brings together more than 130 banks (...)

Jean-Julien Lemonnier The French Competition Authority imposes interim measures to ensure that a company providing advertising services, implements its content policy in an objective, transparent and non-discriminatory manner (Google / Navx)

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Background On June, 30, 2010, following a complaint coupled with a request for interim measures lodged by Navx, the French National Competition Authority (thereafter “NCA”), by way of interim decision, ordered Google Ireland and Google Inc. (hereafter “Google”) to implement in an objective, (...)

3461 Review

Denis Lescop, Jean-Julien Lemonnier, Jean-Paul Tran Thiet Transports: The Government proposes to the Parliament a draft Act creating an autonomous regulator in the rail transport (Rail transport)

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Draft law on the organization and regulation of rail and guided transport and on various provisions relating to transport, 10 September 2008 This draft law, adopted by the Council of Ministers on 10 September, is part of the plan to open up the rail sector to competition. This opening up was (...)

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