Jean-Yves Art is Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships at Microsoft, based in Geneva. Previously, he was senior competition counsel and lead a team of lawyers who counsel business on all antitrust and regulatory aspects of Microsoft’s activities in the EMEA region. In close coordination with the Company’s headquarters in Redmond, Jean-Yves also managed regulatory proceedings, including antitrust proceeding involving the company in the region. Before joining Microsoft in 2002, Jean-Yves practiced competition law with law firms in Paris and Brussels. Jean-Yves has also worked for three years as a law clerk at the European Court of Justice. Jean-Yves was an invited professor at the College of Europe, Bruges, where he taught EU merger control, and at the University of Liège where he co-chaired a seminar on advanced topics in EU competition law. He has written extensively and is a regular speaker at conferences on EU competition law.
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