Latham & Watkins (Brussels)

Pierre Bichet

Latham & Watkins (Brussels)
Lawyer (Knowledge Management)

Pierre Bichet is a Knowledge Management Lawyer in the Brussels EU & Competition group of Latham & Watkins, with over 10 years of experience in private practice. He advises on all aspects of EU competition law, including mergers, behavioural antitrust and regulatory issues. Pierre regularly contributes to client publications and designs and delivers high quality competition law training. Internally, Pierre supports the Global Antitrust Practice by managing and maintaining know-how resources and delivering training. Before becoming a Knowledge Management Lawyer, he worked as a managing associate at Linklaters (Brussels and London), advising on all aspects of competition law and merger control in various industry sectors, including FMCG, pharmaceuticals and construction materials. He is fluent in English, French and Spanish.

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Articles

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Adrien Giraud, Pierre Bichet The French Competition Authority announces an amendment on its decision-making practice concerning responses to calls for tenders by subsidiaries of the same group and stops considering it unlawful (Ovimpex / Dhumeaux / Mondial Viande Service / Vianov)

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French Competition Authority amends its decision-making practice in relation to responses to calls for tenders by subsidiaries of the same group* On 25 November 2020, the French Competition Authority (FCA) announced that it was amending its decision-making practice regarding responses to calls (...)

Pierre Bichet The EU Court of Justice confirms that the General Court is not bound to accept a request for the examination of witnesses when it has sufficiently proven that an undertaking took part in an anti-competitive agreement (Silver Plastics)

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Witness Hearings In Competition Cases – The Silver Plastics Judgment* On 22 October 2020, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) confirmed in Silver Plastics that the General Court (GC) is not bound to accept a request for the examination of witnesses when it has sufficiently proven that an (...)

Elisabetta Righini, Javier Ruiz Calzado, David Little, Pierre Bichet The EU Commission calls for contributions to gather ideas on how competition rules and sustainability policies can best work together

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The European Green Deal & Competition Policy – Call for contributions on how EU competition rules and sustainability policies can work together* On 13 October 2020, the European Commission (EC) published a call for contributions to gather ideas on how EU competition rules (State aid, (...)

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