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Ning-Ly Seng

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Dethomas Peltier Juvigny & Associés

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Expertise in proceedings before the French and European courts, with a particular focus on merger control, State aid and antitrust and distribution litigations

Position

Partner

Career

Ning-Ly Seng joins Dethomas Peltier Juvigny & Associés end of 2016 and was elected to partnership in January 2018. She started her practice at Bredin Prat in 2004, in the Paris and Brussels offices, before being nominated Counsel in 2015. She was also seconded at the New York firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore in 2010.

Ning-Ly Seng represents clients in proceedings before the French and European courts, with a particular focus on merger control, State aid and antitrust and distribution litigations. She was involved in complex transactions in various sectors such as banking, energy, aerospace, health, transport, press, digital and agri-food. She advises and assists clients in State aids and antitrust/consumer investigations (“dawn raids” litigations, antitrust litigations before French and European competition authorities), in particular in the automotive, health/pharmacy, energy, transport, consumer goods or luxury goods sectors.

Languages

French and English

Member

She is member of the APDC (association of lawyers specialized in competition law), AFEC (Association Française d'Etude de la Concurrence) and AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers). Ning-Ly Seng is also involved in several programs promoting diversity as a member of Club XXIè Siècle.

Education

She has a Master Degree in International Law (Paris II - Panthéon Assas) and a Post-Master Degree in Public Business Law (Paris II - Panthéon Assas). She was admitted to the Paris bar in 2006. 


France

EU, competition and distribution

Within: Next Generation Partners

Ning-Ly Seng - Dethomas Peltier Juvigny & Associés

Within: EU, competition and distribution

Dethomas Peltier Juvigny & Associés's antitrust and competition team 'is unique in the sense that it provides a close and personalised service to clients through its exceptional knowledge of the field'. In recent highlights, the team obtained the lowest of the fines imposed by the FCA on the three leading manufacturers of PVC and linoleum floor covering on the grounds of price fixing and other anticompetitive practices for Gerflor, and Advent International appointed the group to advise on the antitrust aspects of the merger of its subsidiary, Oberthur Technologies, with Safran's subsidiaries, Morpho USA and Safran Identity & Security. Practice heads Olivier De Juvigny and Thibault Reymond recently saw the promotion of Ning-Ly Seng to the partnership; she 'provides exceptional legal advice and creative solutions' and is also a key name to note alongside Thibault Reymond.

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