Sylvaine Poillot-Peruzzetto

Université Toulouse 1 Capitole
Professor

Dr. Sylvaine Poillot-Perruzetto is an Associate Professor at Toulouse University since 1991. Registered at the Paris bar, she worked in law firms from 1985 to 1988. Ms. Poillot-Perruzetto was also a counsel for Michelin from 1989 to 1991 where she was in charge of EU law, intellectual property, digital law and international law related issues. She is a member of numerous associations including the Solicitor’s European group (London), the European Lawyers Association (Brussels) or the french association for competition studies (AFEC). her thesis focused on literal, artistic and industrial property in French and EU law ("Essai d’analyse des relations juridiques en matière de propriété littéraire et artistique et industrielle en droit français et communautaire", Paris, Juin 1986). She regularly publishes articles and wrote several books (including Droit Economique, Lamy, updated every year since 2001).

Linked authors

French Cour de cassation (Paris)
Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Milan Court of Appeal
University of Palermo
Paris Commercial Court
Frieh Associés (Paris)
Audiencia Nacional (Madrid)
Magenta (Paris)

Articles

1329 Review

Florian Bien, Sylvaine Poillot-Peruzzetto, Mercedes Pedraz Calvo Limitation period for actions for damages (3rd Private Enforcement Conference: The current state of private enforcement in the EU and France - Paris Court of Appeal, March 28th, 2019)

362

The transposition of the rules on the limitation period for bringing an action for damages into national law - Comparative remarks Florian Bien Professor, University of Würzburg In its Manfredi and Cogéco judgments on the limitation period for actions for damages for breaches of competition (...)

Sylvaine Poillot-Peruzzetto Competition law and corporate social responsability

967

The evolution of corporate social responsability (Responsabilité Sociétale des entreprises - RSE) raises the essential question of its relation to competition law. In any case, the coexistence of these new transerval legal frameworks illustrates an important convergence. However if RSE law could (...)

Send a message