Jérémie Jourdan

White & Case (Brussels), White & Case (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Jérémie Jourdan’s main areas of practice include EU and French competition law, and general EU law. He has represented several clients in cartel investigations before the European Commission and on appeal before the EU Courts. Most recently, he represented a manufacturer in the Bathroom Fittings and Fixtures investigation (case COMP/39092), and Toshiba Corporation in the power transformers case (COMP/39129), the TV and computer monitor tubes case (COMP/39437), and in on-going proceedings before the General Court (T-104/13). Mr Jourdan regularly advises pharmaceutical companies on competition law matters. For example, he represented a pharmaceutical group during the Commission sector enquiry in the pharmaceutical sector in 2008-2009. He worked for Czech company Zentiva in its acquisition by Sanofi in 2009 (COMP/M.5253). Mr Jourdan is currently advising French pharmaceutical company Servier in the Commission’s on-going investigation in the perindopril case (concerning patent settlement agreements). Mr Jourdan has also represented clients before the European Commission in Phase 1 and Phase 2 merger control reviews, including the acquisition by Metso Corporation of pulp machinery equipment competitor Aker Kvaerner (COMP/M.4187), and the acquisition of Italian company Eco by the Finnish group Luvata (COMP/M.4750). He has also advised clients in proceedings before the French competition authority, most notably the acquisition of Laho Equipement by Loxam SA in the sector of rental of access equipment, and Belgian private equity firm Cobepa in its acquisition of Socotec (Decision 13-DCC-01). Jérémie Jourdan first worked at White & Case between 2005 and 2010. Between 2010 and 2012, he worked as an adviser to the Competition Hearing Officers of the European Commission.

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Articles

4526 Bulletin

Assimakis Komninos, Jacquelyn F. MacLennan, James Killick, Jan Jeram, Jérémie Jourdan, Strati Sakellariou-Witt The EU Court of Justice endorses an effects-based assessment of rebates (Intel)

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On 6 September 2017, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU" or "Court") essentially held in Intel that the European Commission ("Commission") cannot consider rebates, and in particular loyalty rebates, as per se illegal. Rather, the Commission needs to show that a specific rebates (...)

Axel P. Schulz, James Killick, Jérémie Jourdan, Mark D. Powell The EU Court of Justice annuls a decision of the Commission requesting information on the ground that the decision did not sufficiently explain why the information requested was necessary (Italmobiliare, Schwenk Zement, HeidelbergCement and Buzzi Unicem)

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Introduction On 10 March 2016, the European Court of Justice issued a landmark ruling annulling European Commission decisions requesting information from cement manufacturers, on the ground that the decisions did not sufficiently explain why the information requested was necessary . This (...)

Jérémie Jourdan, Juliette Goyer The European Commission find that the largest salmon farmer and processor in the European economic area had implemented an acquisition without prior notification (Norway Marine / Morpol)

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In merger control, gun-jumping refers to two distinct types of prohibited practices: failure to notify authorities of a transaction triggering merger thresholds, and implementing a notified transaction before receiving merger clearance from the relevant merger authority. Both behaviours can (...)

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