White & Case (Paris)

Jérémie Marthan

White & Case (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Jérémie Marthan is a Partner in the Competition, EU Law and Economic Regulation practice at White & Case in Paris. Jeremie advises clients on merger control, cartels, horizontal cooperation, vertical restraints, abuse of dominant position and litigation before the French Competition Authority and the European Commission. He has particular expertise in the energy, finance and media sectors. Jérémie has published various articles and academic papers in the field of competition law. He is also a lecturer at the Toulouse School of Economics teaching Competition law to post-graduate students. Before joining White & Case in 2021, Jeremie was Counsel in the Competition/Antitrust practice of Linklaters.

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Articles

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Jérémie Marthan, Tilman Kuhn, Mark D. Powell, Rahel Wendebourg The French Council of State rejects the application from a biotechnology company to suspend the referral by the French Competition Authority of its acquisition of a company developing multi-cancer early detection tests, and rules that it does not have jurisdiction to suspend a request for referral (Illumina / Grail)

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The European Commission ("EC") is shifting its approach with respect to the referral mechanism under Article 22 of the EU Merger Regulation 139/2004 (the "EUMR") and now – at least in certain circumstances – encourages referrals from Member States even where the national filing thresholds are not (...)

Jérémie Marthan, Tilman Kuhn, Mark D. Powell, Rahel Wendebourg The Court of The Hague decides not to ban the Dutch Competition Authority from joining the referral request launched by the French Competition Authority (Illumina / Grail)

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The European Commission ("EC") is shifting its approach with respect to the referral mechanism under Article 22 of the EU Merger Regulation 139/2004 (the "EUMR") and now – at least in certain circumstances – encourages referrals from Member States even where the national filing thresholds are (...)

Jérémie Jourdan, Jérémie Marthan, Tilman Kuhn The EU Commission finds no gun-jumping in a merger in the water and waste management market and clarifies the scope of the public bid exemption to the standstill obligation (Veolia / Suez)

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In the midst of the Homeric battle between Veolia and its takeover target, Suez, the European Commission rejects Suez’s gun-jumping claim and provides further clarifications on the scope of the exemption to the standstill obligation in the case of two-step acquisitions encompassing a public bid. (...)

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