Stream Avocats & Solicitors (Paris)

Philippe Corruble

EM Normandie Business School (Le Havre), Stream Avocats & Solicitors (Paris)
Professor & Lawyer (Of Counsel)

Philippe Corruble is a professor of maritime law and joined EM Normandie in 2021. He holds a PhD in law from the University Jean Moulin Lyon III in 1996 and an HDR from the University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne which deals with the regulation of maritime transport and ports. His research focuses on European and international regulatory issues in competition law, in the face of globalisation and the concentration of the shipping industry (containerised liner shipping) and port logistics. Philippe is committed to developing links between the teaching and practice of international business law in major law firms and the legal and tax departments of large companies. Additionally, as Of Counsel at Stream, Philippe has been providing his expertise for more than fifteen years in all of the firm’s cases involving the application of EU law: anti-competitive practices, company acquisitions, public aid, Brexit, fisheries regulations, creation of investment funds in the maritime sector, free ports, management of port companies and interactions of these companies with public authorities, etc.

Articles

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Philippe Corruble The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal quashes the Competition Commission decision regarding maritime transport over the Channel highlighting contradictory analysis of mergers between National Competition Authorities (Eurotunnel / SeaFrance / MyFerryLink)

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The control of the Channel remains an emphatically strategic subject of prime importance for England: the Eurotunnel ferries might well not be allowed to disembark at Dover in the future! At least that’s what the Competition Commission, the British competition authority (hereinafter referred to (...)

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