François Dauba

BCTG Avocats (Paris)
Lawyer (Of Counsel)

Mr Dauba is a competition lawyer at BCTG Avocats. He holds a master’s degree from Rennes University. François holds a Master degree in Commercial Law from Rennes University (DJCE). François joined BCTG Avocats in 2012, after several years of practice in a US law firm. He became a partner of the economic and competition law department on January 1st, 2021. He advises international and national companies on EU and French Competition Law as regards anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominant position, merger control, distribution agreements and other complex forms of cooperation. He also represents his clients before all kind of competition or control authorities in case of litigation in these matters

Auteurs associés

BCTG Avocats (Paris)
BCTG Avocats (Paris)
BCTG Avocats (Paris)
BCTG Avocats (Paris)

Articles

211 Bulletin

Hugues Villey-Desmeserets, François Dauba, Mélati Gauvry The Paris Court of Appeal clarifies that a pharmaceutical laboratory can impose different commercial conditions on different groups of customers provided such a categorization is objectively justified (Bristol-Myers Squibb / UPSA / Pyxis Services / Sagitta Pharma)

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The Paris Court of Appeal examined, in two separate cases in 2019 and 2021, the lawfulness of the pricing practices of two pharmaceutical groups (Cooper and Bristol-Myers Squibb & UPSA - these last two laboratories were sister companies at that time) with regard to a purchasing pooling (...)

Hugues Villey-Desmeserets, François Dauba, Adriano Capuocciolo The French Competition Authority accepts commitments offered by food retailers to amend the existing cooperation agreements (Casino / Auchan / Metro / Schiever)

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First use by the French Competition Authority of the tools introduced by the Macron and Egalim laws to render legally binding commitments offered by four large food retailer companies aimed at reducing competition concerns raised by their joint purchasing agreements of retailers’ own-brand (...)

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