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Emily Xueref-Poviac is an associate in the Firm's Antitrust Practice Group based in Paris.
Emily advises French and international clients in a wide variety of industrial sectors on EU and French competition law matters.
Emily's expertise includes:
Alleged cartel abuses alleged abuses of dominance cases: in proceedings before the French Competition Authority and the European Commission;
Merger control filings: pre-merger risk assessment, formal merger filings before the French Competition Authority, the European Commission and national competition authorities, multi-filing analysis, coordination of multiple merger filings;
Horizontal cooperative agreements, vertical restraints and distribution networks; and Regulatory issues (energy and transport).
Before joining White & Case in 2013, Emily practiced in the Paris office of a Magic Circle law firm for 3 years.
European and multi-jurisdictional filings in the automobile sector on a broad-scale global strategic alliance consisting in the creation of a purchasing joint-venture and joint-development of several vehicles through shared automotive platforms.
European and multi-jurisdictional filings in the connectivity industry for a leading maker of heavy-duty electronic connectors.
Multi-jurisdictional filings for a joint-venture in the animal-health sector.
EU merger clearance for a global financial institution, and its fully-owned subsidiary, specialising in full service vehicle leasing.
Assisting a global rental car giant in a cartel investigation by the French Competition Authority, in addition to providing on-going advice on general EU and antitrust matters.
Successfully accompanying a famous coffee maker and coffee machine distributor in a competition investigation and in a settlement procedure before the French Competition Authority.
Handling several antitrust audits and numerous compliance training sessions.