14 février 2022

Sanctions : EU, France, Germany, What’s new ?

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Lundi 14 février 2022 de 15h30 à 17h30 CET

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Concurrences, in partnership with McDermott & Will Emery, is pleased to invite you to its next webinar dedicated to the recent developments of sanctions in the European Union, France and Germany.

Paul NIHOUL | Judge, General Court of the EU, Luxembourg (bio)
Andreas MUNDT | President, Bundeskartellamt, Bonn (bio)
Fabienne SIREDEY-GARNIER | Vice President, Autorité de la concurrence, Paris (bio)

Frédéric PRADELLES | Partner, McDermott Will & Emery, Paris (bio)
Hendrik VIAENE | Partner, McDermott Will & Emery, Brussels (bio)
Christian KROHS | Partner, McDermott Will & Emery, Düsseldorf (bio)
Oliver LATHAM | Vice President, CRA, London (bio)


If you would like to read about this event’s topic, you can access the following Concurrences documents. If you do not have an access, please inquire for Subscription here.


1- Marcel Nuys, Florian Huerkamp, Daniel Vowden, The German Competition Authority publishes new guidelines on its leniency program and the setting of fines in cartel proceedings, 11 October 2021

2- Alain Ronzano, Sanctions : The Paris Court of Appeal reforms a decision of the Competition Authority sanctioning a company to the tune of €900,000 for non-compliance with its commitments (PMU / Betclic), 2 September 2021

3- Alexandre Lacresse, Sanctions : The French Competition Authority publishes its new communication on the method for determining sanctions, 30 July 2021

4- Alain Ronzano, Sanctions : The French Competition Authority sanctions a new obstruction practice, despite the declaration of unconstitutionality of V of Article L. 464-2 of the C. com. (Fleury Michon), 3 May 2021

5- Maria-Olga Papadopoulou, The EU Court of Justice clarifies conditions for the granting of partial immunity under the 2006 Leniency Notice (Recylex), 3 June 2021

6- Alain Ronzano, Priority question on constitutionality : The French Supreme Court refers to the French Constitutional Council a priority question on constitutionality concerning the conformity of the article of the Commercial Code allowing the French Competition Authority to impose sanctions in case of obstructive practices (Akka Technologies), 13 January 2021


This webinar is organized by Concurrences and validated by the EFB as part of the continuing education program for lawyers of the Paris Bar. The list of participants will be communicated to the speakers. The official hashtag of this event on our social media is #Sanctions. Use it to follow the updates and add your contributions to the discussions. See above this page for links to our social media accounts. Conference accredited by the Paris Bar.