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로리앤 그르리에 변호사는 카르텔 수사, 인수합병 승인, 유통 구조, 합작 계약 (collaborative arrangements)등의 상업 협의 및 독점 지위 남용 등 유럽 소비자법 관련 사안에 대해 자문을 제공합니다. 그르리에 변호사는 유럽 법원 소송, 정부 보조금 및 무역 분야도 담당하고 있습니다.
September 29, 2014, Luxury Legal Post
March 3, 2014, CovBrands
Prices of branded goods in Switzerland have historically been higher than in neighboring countries. As a result, measures that impede parallel imports into Switzerland have long been seen as preventing Swiss customers from purchasing cheaper products from the European Union (EU), and have triggered complaints to the Swiss competition authority (ComCo). ComCo ...
February 14, 2014, CovBrands
This is the message that the French Competition Authority (FCA) reinforced when it imposed a €4 million fine on Bordeaux-based wine maker Castel Frères group in December 2013 for failing to obtain pre-closing clearance for its acquisition of 6 companies that were part of the rival Patriarche group in 2011. The FCA became aware of … Continue Reading
February 13, 2014, CovBrands
The Italian Competition Authority (ICA) may be ramping up its enforcement activities regarding branded goods distribution. On November 26, 2013, it announced that it was launching an investigation into sport nutrition company Enervit’s distribution network. The ICA alleges that certain arrangements between Enervit and its distributors may be anti-competitive, ...
February 12, 2014, CovBrands
Brand owners’ policies on internet distribution continue to sit squarely in the sights of competition authorities in the European Union. Brand owners’ selective distribution policies that in effect prevent authorized retailers from selling via the internet are of particular interest. The French Supreme Court’s hard line approach in its September 2013 Pierre ...
October 23, 2013, Law360
September 5, 2013, CovBrands
As previously reported, scrutiny of retail pricing in the luxury industry continues to be a priority for European competition authorities. In addition to ongoing investigations of retail pricing of sportswear apparel in Denmark and luxury watches in Poland, the German competition authority (FCO) recently imposed €6.5 million fines on natural cosmetics maker ...
July 29, 2013, CovBrands
Scrutiny of retail pricing of luxury goods appears to continue to be a priority of European competition authorities. The latest example is the Polish Competition Authority’s ongoing probe into the luxury watch sector. The probe became public through dawn raids, and targets three Polish importers of branded watches: The Swatch Group Poland; Przedsiębiorstwo ...
March 26, 2013, Inside EU Life Sciences
The times when private antitrust damages claims were not a serious risk in the European Union are gone. The European Commission and national competition authorities are actively promoting follow-on damages claims by private plaintiffs, and national health authorities are themselves bringing huge claims for damages arising from anticompetitive practices. The ...
July 1, 2012, Journal of Competition
May 4, 2012, Legal Times
December 5, 2011, Law360
January 1, 2011, Rev. Lamy de la Concurrence
2010/2011, American Bar Association