Jeremiah Juts is a Vice President at Compass Lexecon, based in Paris. Since joining in 2008, Jeremiah has been involved in several antitrust, regulation, cartel, merger and damage assessment cases. Jeremiah has worked on several cases in the telecommunications sector in France and in other European countries, including abuse of dominance cases in the broadband and fixed telephony markets and damage litigation cases in the broadband, fixed and mobile telephony markets. He has worked in a variety of other sectors, including energy, financial services, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, train and aircraft equipment, consumer goods, licensing rights, and numeric services. Prior to joining Compass Lexecon, Jeremiah worked as an economist for the French electronic communications regulator, ARCEP, in the field of fixed telephony. Jeremiah was in charge of price control of France Telecom’s retail offers. In particular, he developed margin squeeze tests and the underlying cost model, in order to ensure that the incumbent’s tariffs would not harm competition. He was in charge of ensuring the functioning of the wholesale line rental of France Telecom. He took part in the fixed telephony retail and wholesale markets analyses. Jeremiah graduated the French National School of Statistics and Economic Administration (ENSAE) where he specialized in microeconomics. Jeremiah holds a master’s degree in microeconomics and game theory.
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La pratique décisionnelle concernant les commissions multilatérales d’interchange applicables aux différents modes de paiement s’est maintenant bien installée, avec des décisions d’autorités de concurrence qui convergent vers une régulation stricte du niveau de ces commissions. Pourtant, au plan (...)