Philippe Redondo

Directions régionales des entreprises, de la concurrence, de la consommation, du travail et de l’emploi (Direccte)
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New Horizon Partners (Paris)
DG COMP (Brussels)
Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
Holmes Kirby (Brussels)
Compass Lexecon (Brussels)

Articles

4660 Bulletin

Gregor Langus, Kristóf Kovács, Krisztian Kecsmar, Miriam Driessen Reilly, Philippe Chauve, Philippe Redondo The EU Commission conditionally approves a merger between German and Dutch electricity undertakings (RWE / Essent)

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"RWE/Essent: On the Borderline"* I. Introduction On 29 April 2009, the Commission was notified by RWE Aktiengesellschaft (“RWE”) of its intent to acquire sole control of ESSENT N.V. (“Essent”) by way of a private offer. The Commission’s investigation revealed that the proposed transaction would (...)

Bruno Alomar, Gorka Navea, Philippe Redondo, Sophie Moonen The EU Commission fines Belgian electricity undertaking for infringing the standstill obligation under Merger proceedings (Electrabel / CNR)

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"Electrabel/CNR: the importance of the standstill obligation in merger proceedings"* On 26 March 2008, Electrabel SA (“Electrabel”), a Belgian electricity company which is part of the French group, Suez (now GDF Suez), notified to the Commission a concentration consisting in the acquisition of (...)

Cyril Hariton, Dag Johansson, Dan Donath, Elzbieta Glowicka, Jérôme Cloarec, Philippe Redondo The EU Commission conditionally approves a merger in the retail fuel sector using customers surveys and econometrics studies in order to assess the likelihood of anticompetitive effects (StatoilHydro / CONOCOPHILLIPS)

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"Fuel for thought - StatoilHydro/ConocoPhillips (Jet)"* I. Introduction When faced with a proposed merger, antitrust authorities have to assess the likelihood and the magnitude of anticompetitive effects that may occur following the removal of one of the merging parties as an independent (...)

Alessandro Paolicchi, Augustijn Van Haasteren, Clémentine Martini, Geerts Wils, Giuseppe Conte, Kirsten Bachour, Peter Eberl, Philippe Redondo The EU Commission approves a merger between two undertakings operating in the gas sector, electricity generation and retail, and in energy services keeping energy markets in Belgium and France open and contestable through far-reaching remedies (Gaz de France / Suez Group)

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"Gaz de France/Suez: Keeping energy markets in Belgium and France open and contestable through far-reaching remedies"* I. Introduction Following an in-depth investigation, the Commission approved under the EU Merger Regulation the merger between Gaz de France (‘GDF‘) and the Suez Group on 14 (...)

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