Lolita Berthol-Balladur

Magenta (Paris)
Europe Legal Counsel

Lolita Berthol-Balladur specialises in French and EU competition law. She assists clients in antitrust litigation and competition investigations. Other areas of practice include distribution law and commercial agreements. She works in the pharmaceutical, consumer goods and TMT sectors.

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Magenta (Paris)
Magenta (Paris)
Magenta (Paris)

Articles

1379 Bulletin

Lolita Berthol-Balladur, Yann Anselin The Paris Court of Appeal partially annuls the French Competition Authority’s decision due to the lack of by object infringement in the packaged flour case (France Farine / Bach Müle)

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In its judgment dated November 20, 2014, the Paris Court of appeal (Court of appeal) partially overturned the decision of the French Competition Authority (FCA) relating to the practices followed in the flour business (Decision). In 2012, certain millers were accused by the FCA of closing the (...)

Lolita Berthol-Balladur, Sophie Pele The Paris Court of Appeal reduces by almost 99 percent the penalty imposed by the French Competition Authority on a manufacturer for prohibiting the sale of its products online to the members of its selective distribution network (Bang & Olufsen)

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In its judgment of March 13, 2014, the Paris Court of appeal (Court of Appeal) reduced by almost 99 per cent the penalty imposed by the French Competition Authority (FCA) on Bang & Olufsen (B&O) in its decision of December 12, 2012 (Decision) for having, since 2001, prohibited the (...)

Lolita Berthol-Balladur, Sophie Pele The Paris Court of Appeal rules on the communication by the Competition Authority of documents held in its own file to a civil court before which a victim of alleged anticompetitive practices had brought a private enforcement claim (Ma liste de courses)

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In its judgment dated November 20, 2013, the Paris Court of appeal (the Court of Appeal) ruled on the communication by the French Competition Authority (the FCA) of documents held in its own file to a civil court before which a victim of alleged anticompetitive practices had brought a private (...)

Arnaud Sanz, Lolita Berthol-Balladur The General Court of the European Union recalls the principle of the accessory character of the liability of parent companies for the anticompetitive actions of their subsidiaries (Roca Sanitario, Laufen Austria, Roca and Keramag Keramische)

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In the context of appeals lodged against the decision of the European Commission (the Commission) in the area of bathroom fittings, the General Court of the European Union (the General Court) took the occasion to recall the principle of the accessory character of the liability of parent (...)

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