Provided by Frédéric Pradelles
APDC (Association des avocats Pratiquant le Droit de la Concurrence), Member
AFEC (Association Française d’Etude de la Concurrence), Member
Partner Frédéric Pradelles focuses his practice on French and European competition law. He regularly advises international clients in abuse of dominance cases, cartel investigations and on distribution matters, notably in the context of litigation before the French and European competition authorities and courts. Also advises clients in global, European and national merger control cases, including Phase II cases. He has extensive experience in the notification of strategic alliances and joint ventures as well as negotiating innovative remedies to secure antitrust approval for the deals on which he advises.
On the litigation side, Frédéric represents clients before the French competition authority, the French Government antitrust agency (DGCCRF) and the European Commission. He also regularly appears as a litigator before the courts in France and the European Courts in Luxembourg. Frédéric has extensive experience in summary proceedings in the field of antitrust, and in interim measures and commitments proceedings before the French Competition Authority.
Frédéric advises clients active in various industries, particularly in the banking/finance, services, transportation, media, hospitality, and information technology sectors.
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Frédéric Pradelles acts on merger control filings and has represented a number of clients in multi-jurisdictional cases before French and European authorities. One client lauds him for being "very available, structured and rigorous."