Provided by Sébastien Dominguez
Competition law and commercial law.
Competition law includes anti-competitive practices (cartels and abuse of dominant position, restrictive trade practices, private litigation related to competition law, training in competition law) and merger control (analysis, negotiation and notification of mergers before the French Competition Authority or the European Commission, advice to third parties for comments (commitments) or opposition to mergers.
Commercial law includes commercial contracts (negotiation and drafting) and commercial pre-litigation and litigation.
Before setting up his own firm, Sébastien Dominguez worked for twenty years as a lawyer in the competition law teams of renowned law firms, in particular Linklaters, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Ayache.
Sébastien Dominguez advises French and international companies in various sectors (international trade, import/export, distribution of goods and/or services), as well as professional associations (unions, federations) on their strategic issues.
Sébastien’s activity covers many economic sectors, including industrial goods and products, services, transport, etc.
Sébastien works in French and English. Sébastien is also fluent in Spanish.
Sébastien Dominguez is a member of the French Association of Competition Law Attorneys (Association des Avocats Pratiquant le Droit de la Concurrence, APDC).
Sébastien Dominguez handles merger filings and other antitrust matters at both the national and European levels. He has experience acting on anti-competitive investigations as well as advising clients on distribution law. One client praises him for being "very reliable," adding that he "always strives to cater to the client’s specific needs."