Michael Vaz d’Almeida

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (Paris)
Lawyer (Associate)

Michaël Vaz d’Almeida is an associate at Orrick. He graduated from the University of Versailles with a Master’s Degree in Contract and Competition Law. At the whim of his first professional experiences, he worked on issues related to Competition law (at Magenta law firm and Court of Appeal of Paris), to Contract Law (in Thales Group), to professional secrecy and anti-money laundering (in Dexia Group at Luxembourg).

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Clément Hubert, Michael Vaz d’Almeida The Court of Appeal of Paris faces the difficult adequacy between efficiency of private enforcement and the principles of the French Civil Trial (JCB v. Central Parts)


In its decision dated 26 June 2013, the Court of Appeal of Paris considered that only the harm suffered because of anticompetitive practices implemented for a period of 10 years before they stopped could be compensated. By taking this ruling, it strictly applied the French procedural rules for (...)

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