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Jérôme Philippe, Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Jérôme Philippe

Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Paris, France

About Me

Avocat à la cour, Jérôme heads our regulatory and antitrust, competition and trade practice groups. 

He represents clients in all areas of EU and French competition law: concentrations, State aid, cartels and abuse of dominant position, including cases before the competition authorities and follow-on or stand-alone claims before courts. He also advises clients in all regulatory issues, both in traditionally regulated sectors like energy, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, banking and media, and on cross-sector regulatory issues such as foreign investment control, privacy and data security, quality and safety issues, consumer law and investigations.

As an alumnus of the French Ecole Polytechnique and with a PhD from the Toulouse School of Economics, Jérôme combines scientific, economic and legal backgrounds, which makes him being often involved in cases requiring a combination of legal and economic analyses.

Jérôme was previously head of the office of concentrations and state aid at the DGCCRF, then in charge of French merger control and representing France before the European institutions in EU merger control and State aid matters. He is still a regular guest speaker at conferences organised by the regulators.

Jérôme is fluent in both French and English.

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