Lucas Peeperkorn

DG COMP (Brussels)
Principal Advisor Antitrust Policy

Principal Advisor Antitrust Policy at DG COMP (European Commission). Studied economics and political science at the University of Amsterdam and worked as an assistant professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Joined in 1991 the European Commission, DG Competition. Was a central figure in various teams which created what is now called the effects-based approach in EU competition policy, in particular by making new rules for supply and distribution agreements (2000 and 2010), for de minimis agreements (2001 and 2014) and for technology transfer agreements (2004 and 2014). Also co-authored the Discussion Paper on the Application of Article 82 (2005) and the Guidance on the Commission’s enforcement priorities in applying Article 82 (2009). Speaks regularlyat conferences and has published on topics such as EU competition policy towards vertical agreements, resale price maintenance, abuse of dominance and competition and innovation. Teaches at the Brussels School of Competition and was a Senior Emile Noël Fellow at the Jean Monnet Center at NYU.

Distinctions

Auteurs associés

JPTT & Partners (Paris)
Juliette Goyer Avocat (Paris)
White & Case (Washington)
White & Case (Washington)
Electro Depot (France)
Auchan
CNRS/Ecole polytechnique

Articles

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Lucas Peeperkorn The EU Court of Justice affirms the application of a consumer oriented effects-based approach to exclusionary pricing practices of dominant undertakings and the "as efficient competitor test" as a basis for their assessment : A big step towards the consistent application of an effects-based approach to exclusionary pricing practices of dominant undertakings (Post Danmark)

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The author is Principal Expert in Antitrust Policy at DG Competition, European Commission. The views expressed in this article are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of DG Competition or the European Commission. The author expresses its thanks Ekaterina Rousseva and Carles Esteva (...)

Andrei Gurin, Katja Viertiö, Lucas Peeperkorn, Magdalena Brenning-Louko The European Commission adopts new block exemption regulation and new guidelines on vertical agreements

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"Vertical Agreements : New Competition Rules for the Next Decade"* I. Introduction On 20 April 2010 the Commission adopted a new Block Exemption Regulation applicable to vertical agreements (hereinafter ‘the Regulation’). At the same time it adopted the contents of accompanying Guidelines on (...)

Katja Viertiö, Lucas Peeperkorn The EU Commission issues guidance on its enforcement priorities in applying EU rules on abuse of a dominant position to abusive exclusionary conduct by dominant undertakings

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"Implementing an effects-based approach to Article 82"* I. Introduction On 3 December 2008, the Commission issued Guidance on its enforcement priorities in applying Article 82 to abusive exclusionary conduct by dominant undertakings. In so doing, the Commission formally endorsed an (...)

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Lucas Peeperkorn Defining “by object” restrictions

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Cet article propose une définition des restrictions par objet qui s’inscrit parfaitement dans une approche globale fondée sur les effets économiques dans le cadre de l’article 101 TFUE. La classification en tant que "restriction par objet" est justifiée si, et dans la mesure où, un type particulier (...)

Lucas Peeperkorn Conditional pricing : Why the General Court is wrong in Intel and what the Court of Justice can do to rebalance the assessment of rebates

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Dans cet article, l’auteur expose les raisons pour lesquelles le Tribunal de l’Union européenne refuse, à tort, la pertinence de l’approche ’par effets’ pour évaluer les rabais d’exclusivité. Les rabais conditionnels, y compris les rabais d’exclusivité, ainsi que les obligations de monomarquisme, d’achat (...)

Anne Perrot, Eleanor M. Fox, Jérôme Philippe, Lucas Peeperkorn, Philippe Nasse The law and economics of resale price maintenance : A comparative perspective

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Prix de reventes imposés : Quel est l’apport de l’analyse économique et du droit comparé ? Introduction Philippe NASSE* Vice-Président, Conseil de la concurrence 1. L’objet de notre débat est de préciser, au plan économique, l’état factuel de la question, et de comparer et clarifier les approches (...)

Claire Chambolle, Dominique de Gramont, Hervé Fargues, Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Jérôme Dubruille, Juliette Goyer, Kristen J. McAhren, Lucas Peeperkorn, Marie-Laure Allain, Peter J. Carney Le contrôle des prix de revente : Un sujet d’actualité et qui va le demeurer (longtemps ?)

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La rubrique “Tendances” de ce numéro 3-2008 Concurrences est consacrée à la fixation des prix de revente. C’est un sujet qui est d’une grande actualité. En effet, plusieurs voix convergent aujourd’hui pour solliciter un réexamen critique du principe qui a constitué, jusqu’ici, un des plus solides piliers (...)

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