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Amaury Le Bourdon

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CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats
2 rue Ancelle
92522 Neuilly-sur-Seine
Cedex
France
Languages English, French, Spanish

Amaury Le Bourdon is a lawyer in the Competition and European Law Department since November 2013. 

He is mainly involved in competition and distribution law (antitrust, restrictive practices, merger control, unfair competition, private enforcement) and consumer law (advertising and sales promotion, consumer contracts, distance contracts, consumer products). 

His work covers consulting as well as litigation (before French or European competition authorities as well as before civil, commercial and administrative courts).

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Relevant experience

  • De Pardieu Brocas Maffei, trainee lawyer (2013)
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Education

  • Professional Lawyer’s Certificate - CAPA (2013)
  • Master's degree in Distribution/Competition law, University of Lille II (2010)
  • Master's degree in Business law, University of Rennes I (2009)
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Memberships

  • Member of AFEC (French Association for the Study of Competition)
  • Admitted to the Hauts-de-Seine Bar (2013)
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Publications

  • Memento Concurrence-Consommation 2019, co-author of the « Cartels and abuses of dominant position » section (October 2018)
  • Acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft: the Commission publishes its decision - Law-Now (May 2017)
  • Contract law reform – Input and first practical advice, co-author of the « Distribution/competition practice» section - Option Finance (April 2016)
  • Nintendo decision: resale price recommended during a press conference - Law-Now (July 2016)
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