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|Education||Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (Master's Degree in English and North American Business Law, DEA, 1994); Université Paris X Nanterre (Master's Degree in International Business Law, DESS, 1995)|
Nathalie Jalabert Doury is the head of Antitrust and Competition in the Paris office.
Nathalie has developed an extensive practice in all aspects of competition law at both a national and European level, including: cartels, concerted practices and abuse of dominance, mergers, horizontal and vertical agreements as well as State aids and public procurement.
She is recommended for her in-depth knowledge of competition proceedings and investigation procedures and strong antitrust and cartel experience and for combining legal expertise with the ability to see the big picture (Legal 500) Clients say that she is very tenacious and has good contacts with the authorities, and lots of innovative ideas (Chambers).
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EU Antitrust Private Damages Actions
Kiran S. Desai,Julian Ellison,Nathalie Jalabert Doury,Robert Klotz,Jens Peter Schmidt, February 27, 2015
On 10 November 2014 the governments of the 28 EU Member States approved a new law that aims at facilitating claims for damages by victims of antitrust infringements in Europe. The new law entered into was adopted on 4 December 2014. The law, which takes the form of an EU Directive, was previously...
EU Legislation Facilitates Antitrust Damages Litigation
Kiran S. Desai,Julian Ellison,Nathalie Jalabert Doury,Robert Klotz,Jens Peter Schmidt, December 2, 2014
Today's sign-off from the national governments in the EU is the final substantive step towards adoption by the EU of legislation on antitrust damages actions.
New Rules for Licence and other Technology Transfer Agreements in the EU
Kiran S. Desai,Nathalie Jalabert Doury,Robert Klotz,Jens Peter Schmidt,Ulrich Worm, April 2, 2014
The European Commission has just published the definitive text of the new rules on the interface between technology transfer agreements and antitrust law. This article looks at the main changes made by the new law which are likely to have a particular impact on the life sciences industry.
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