was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2007 and is a partner specialising in French and European competition law (cartels, dominant position, merger control). He assists clients in litigation, both before supervisory bodies (cartel and abuse of dominant position) and commercial courts (compensatory remedies, restrictive competition practices, etc). He has acted on complex merger operations which required commitments and/or the initiation of an in-depth investigation phase before the French Competition Authority, the EU Commission, or the national competition authorities of both EU member states and non-EU countries. Franck has gained particular expertise in the digital economy sector, working with clients in the adaptation of their activities to new online consumption methods.
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