Mathilde Boudou

Jean-Claude Coulon et Associés (Paris)
Lawyer (Of Counsel)

Mathilde Boudou is Of Counsel at Jean-Claude Coulon & Associés (JCCA), a law firm recognized for her expertise in distribution law in France and Europe and a founding member of PRAGMA international network presents in 17 countries on all continents. Mathilde BOUDOU currently animates the economic law department (Contracts competition, Consumer law) at JCCA. Before joining JCCA, Mathilde Boudou was in charge of distribution and consumer law at Leibovici & Associés law firm. She had been previously associate in a major law firm of « Avocats aux Conseils », Lyon-Caen et Associés, after being an associate of a firm of international fame, Siméon & Associés which she joined after a first experience at the Bar association where she was responsible of research in contract law and economic law of the documentation center of the Order. Mathilde Boudou currently teaches at the University of Versailles St Quentin. Before that, she taught at the Universities of Maine, of Paris XII, of Orléans, of Paris II-Panthéon Assas and of Paris IX-Dauphine. Mathilde Boudou holds a Doctorate (PhD) Degree from the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas. Mathilde Boudou is a member of AFEC for several years.


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Laurence Idot, Guillaume Daieff, Isabelle de Silva, Linda Arcelin, Mathilde Boudou, Jean-Louis Fourgoux, Yann Utzschneider, Anouk Clamens, Christophe Lemaire DDADUE bill: Simple adaptation or reform of French competition law?


This set of articles is dedicated to the changes made to the French competition law by the DDADUE bill of December 3, 2020. Both the law on restrictive competition practices and the law on anti-competitive practices are affected by the necessary transposition of EU directives (directives (...)

Alain Ronzano, Alexandre Glatz, Anne-Sophie Bodin, Camille Paulhac, Marie Koehler de Montblanc, Mathilde Boudou, Michaël Cousin Comments on the Commission’s consultation related to the White Paper on the modernization of the EU merger law


On 9 July 2014, the European Commission published its White Paper - Towards More Effective EU Merger control and invited third parties to submit comments. This White Paper mainly focuses on the control of non-controling minority shareholdgins which the Commission intends to control through a (...)

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