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Juliette is a member of the Antitrust Practice Group. She joined the Paris office of White & Case in 2004 and became counsel in 2007. Juliette advises French and international companies in a wide variety of industrial sectors.
She has significant experience in the areas of French and EU competition law, distribution law and IP matters.
Juliette is ranked as a Leading Lawyer by Chambers Europe 2016 among "Associates to watch" and is described also as "very efficient and rapid" (Legal 500 2015), "incredibly talented" and a "trusted advisor" (Who's Who Legal 2015).
Merger control: pre-merger risk assessment, formal merger filings before the French Competition Authority and the EC Commission, multi-filing analysis, coordination of multiple merger filings.
Cartels and abuses of dominant position: competition audits, assistance during cartel investigations at French and EU levels, litigation before Competition authorities and national courts, compliance programs.
Horizontal cooperative agreements, vertical restraints and distribution networks.
French billing policies and sales regulations.
Technology transfer agreements.
Merger Control Worldwide (France chapter), 2nd Edition, Cambridge University Press, May 2012, (co-author with Jean-Paul Tran Thiet)
The Proof in Anti-Competitive Practice Has To be Loyal, Option Droit & Affaires, April 6, 2011, (co-author with Julien Payré)
The French Court of Appeal confirms the amount of fines imposed on temporary employment agencies for concerted practices under Article 81 EC and its French equivalent and clarifies the procedural issue of access to confidential electronic documents, (Adecco, Manpower, VediorBis, Adia), eCompetitions, March 2010
The French Paris Court of Appeal confirms the amount of fines imposed on temporary employment agencies for concerted practices under Art. 81 EC and its French equivalent and clarifies the procedural issue of access to confidential electronic documents, (Adecco, Manpower, VediorBis, Adia), eCompetitions, January 2010
The French National Competition Authority dismisses a claim for predatory pricing under Art. 82 EC and article L. 420-2 of the French commercial Code (Chep France), eCompetitions, November 2009, (with Lauriane Lépine and Julien Payré)