Autorité de la concurrence (Paris)

Erwann Kerguelen

Autorité de la concurrence (Paris)
Deputy General Rapporteur

Erwann Kerguelen, Deputy General Rapporteur of the Autorité de la concurrence, as of 15 July 202, head Antitrust Unit 3, whose responsibilities include cases involving the distribution sector. He is a food engineer with a Certificate of Aptitude in Business Administration (CAAE) and a Master’s degree in Competition and Contract Law. He joined the Île-de-France Regional Directorate for the Economy, Employment, Labour and Solidarity (DIRECTTE) in 2008 as Carrefour’s national coordinator in charge of implementing the framework for protection against unfair trade practices. Rapporteur at the Autorité de la concurrence since 2011, and appointed expert in 2017, he has notably worked on the investigation of cases relating to the Auchan/Casino/Metro/Shiever (20-D-13) and Carrefour/Tesco (20-D-22) joint purchasing agreements and participated in the investigation of the decisions sanctioning the floor coverings cartel (17-D-20) and the white goods cartel (18-D-24) He was also involved in investigating the opinion on the assessment of the impact of increasing the threshold of ban of below-cost selling (18-A-14). He is the author of several editions of a book, Les pratiques restrictives - l’application de l’article L. 442-6 du code de commerce à travers la jurisprudence, Revue Concurrence, and also regularly writes articles for various specialised journals.

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217 Bulletin

Erwann Kerguelen The French Supreme Court holds that a jurisdiction or arbitration clause cannot be used by foreign undertakings to discard the application of provisions on unfair trade practices when the action is brought by the Minister of the economy (Apple)


In a recent decision, the French Supreme Court had to decide whether or not a jurisdiction clause or an arbitration clause could be used by foreign companies to discard the application of French law enforcement concerning unfair trade practices, e.g. Article L. 442-6 of the Commercial Code. (...)


Prix 85€00 Les pratiques restrictives

Les pratiques commerciales restrictives sont au coeur des préoccupations de plus en plus d’acteurs de la vie économique en raison notamment des effets néfastes qu’elles engendrent sur l’économie. (...)

Date 30 septembre 2015
Auteur(s) : Erwann Kerguelen
Prix 85€00
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