University Dublin College (UCD)

Jocelyn Delatre

University Dublin College (UCD)
PhD candidate

Jocelyn Delatre is a Ph.D candidate at University College Dublin School of Law. His doctoral thesis examines the development of private antitrust litigation in Europe, focusing specifically on any development regarding collective redress at national level. His research interests cover the fields of Competition Law, antitrust litigation and enforcement, consumer redress, access to justice, comparative law and European Law. His research has been published in the Competition Law Review and the European Competition Law Review. Jocelyn lectures in French Civil law, and has lectured and tutored in European Constitutional Law and European Economic Law for two years in UCD. He has previously worked as a research assistant in UCD and in a number of law firms in Paris. Jocelyn holds a Licence and a Maîtrise from the Sorbonne Law School, Paris, and a LLM from UCD School of Law. His master thesis addressed the development of collective redress mechanisms in European Union Member States.

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1195 Bulletin

Jocelyn Delatre The French National Competition Authority receives commitments from four shipping companies concerning competition in the sector of ship transport of freight to the French West Indies


The French Competition Authority received commitments from four maritime transport companies which it concludes would revitalise competition between operators on shipping routes to the French West Indies and lower the price of goods for consumers in the French overseas departments. On 3rd (...)

Jocelyn Delatre The French Competition Authority fines two mobile phone operators for abusing their dominant position on the French mobile phone market (Orange / SFR)


On 13 December 2012, The French National Competition Authority (Autorité de la concurrence,hereafter “the FCA”) fined two of the three major French mobile network providers (Orange France and SFR) €183 million for abuse of dominant position in the mobile telephony sector. The FCA investigated the (...)

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