Maëlle de Saint-Bon

TotalEnergies (Paris)
In-house Counsel

Maëlle de Saint-Bon (previously d’Harcourt) is a competition counsel at Total. Previously, she worked as an associate at Simmons & Simmons. She holds a Master degree in Business Law from Paris Dauphine University.

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TotalEnergies (Paris)
TotalEnergies (Paris)

Articles

3046 Bulletin

Maëlle de Saint-Bon The Paris Court of Appeal rejects the request against the Competition Authority’s decision regarding practices implemented on the electricity and gas market (ENGIE)

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The settlement procedure in France The major change is that parties willing to conclude a settlement procedure will be informed of the minimum and maximum fine that may be imposed (and not of a percentage of reduction relating an amount of sanction which is not yet known). The disclosure (...)

Maëlle de Saint-Bon The Paris Court of Appeal confirms the validity of the method applied by the French Competition Authority to fine a professional organisation of modelling agencies (Modelling sector’s main professional union)

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The method of setting fines These French guidelines specify the different steps followed by the French Competition Authority (FCA): • determination of the basic amount of the fine, depending on the seriousness of the infringements and the importance of the harm to the economy (the basic amount (...)

Maëlle de Saint-Bon The French Competition Authority adopts an innovative merger decision in the healthcare institution sector assessing not only the effects on medical services, but also on non-medical ancillary services (Elsan / MPP)

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The French Competition Authority (FCA) has adopted an innovative merger decision in the health care institution sector, assessing not only the effects of the operation on medical services (diagnostic and treatments), but also the effects on non-medical ancillary services. An innovative merge (...)

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