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Past Event
12 May 2016


  • Nathalie Jalabert Doury
    T +33 1 53 53 43 43
  • David M. Harrison
    T +44 20 3130 3050

Additional Speakers

Etienne Chantrel (Ministère de l’économie); Antonio Capobianco (OCDE); Irène Luc (Cour d’appel de Paris); Josefine Hederstroem (DG COMP); Antoine Burin des Roziers (Tribunal de commerce de Paris; Sophie Bresny (Autorité de la concurrence); Bostjan Zupancic (Cour européenne des droits de l’homme)

Concurrences, Les Enquêtes de concurrence

Nathalie Jalabert-Doury animated a multi-panel debate on the topic: Authorities’ powers of investigation and companies fundamental rights: 2016 update.

On 12 May, a seminar organized by Mayer Brown and Concurrences Review focused on a company’s rights in antitrust investigations. More than 50 guests heard panel discussions on:

More than 50 guests heard panel discussions on:

  • The evolution of antitrust authorities’ investigative powers via new detection tools and legal developments
  • Legal privilege and other types of protection for business secrets and other sensitive data
  • Cooperation between EU national competition authorities and the issues their coordination raises for companies.

The panels were moderated by Antitrust & Competition partners Nathalie Jalabert Doury (Paris) and David Harrison (London).
Panelists included business leaders and representatives of the French Competition Authority, other national competition authorities, the European Commission and the judiciary.

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