Yohann Chevalier

Bredin Prat (Paris)
Lawyer (Counsel)

Yohann Chevalier is Counsel Lawyer at Bredin Prat in Paris. Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2013, he had obtained a Master’s degree in Competition and Public Business Law at the Institute of Political Science of Strasbourg and an LL.M. at the College of Europe.

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Olivier Billard, Yohann Chevalier Minister for economic affairs’ evocation power: The French Minister for Economic Affairs takes over a merger case for the first time and authorizes a concentration subject to a commitment aiming to maintaining jobs (Financière Cofigeo)

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The case that is the subject of this commentary is unprecedented. In a decision dated 19 July 2018, the Minister of the Economy authorised, subject to a commitment to maintain employment, Cofigeo’s acquisition of exclusive control of the "ready-made meals" division of the Agripole food group, (...)

Olivier Billard, Yohann Chevalier Commitments: The French Competition Authority clears a merger in the agricultural sector, subject to conditions (Agriculteurs de la Mayenne / Terrena)

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By a decision of 13 December 2017, the French Competition Authority authorised, subject to commitments, the merger of the Coopérative des Agriculteurs de la Mayenne (’CAM 53’) with the agricultural cooperative Terrena, one of France’s leading agricultural and agri-food cooperative groups. It is the (...)

Olivier Billard, Yohann Chevalier Commitments: The French Competition Authority clears a merger in the private clinics sector, subject to conditions (MédiPôle Partenaires / Elsan)

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By a decision of 23 June 2017, the Competition Authority authorised, subject to commitments, the acquisition of sole control of MédiPôle-Partenaires ("MPP") by Elsan Holding ("Elsan"). This merger between the number 2 (Elsan) and number 3 (MPP) in the market for private clinics in France gave (...)

Olivier Billard, Yohann Chevalier Horizontal effects : The French Competition Authority grants clearance, conditioned by structural commitments, to a merger with horizontal effects in the sector of perfume and luxury cosmetics distribution (Advent / Nocibé)

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In a decision dated June 4, 2014, the French Competition Authority authorized, subject to structural commitments relating to 38 outlets currently operated directly or under franchise, the acquisition of sole control of the Nocibé S.A.S. group and its 466 outlets by Advent International (...)

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