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Emmanuelle van den Broucke

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Competition and Distribution

Position

Emmanuelle van den Broucke heads the Competition and Distribution law practice of the Paris office.

Career

Emmanuelle has thorough expertise in the French regulation of restrictive practices, advising clients on the negotiation and implementation of annual framework agreements and conditions of sale as well as compliance of their business practices with respect to the provisions of commercial law or specific regulations on certain products.
She is also regularly consulted on the setting-up of distribution networks, including drafting and negotiating distribution agreements of all types and assisting clients in the event of their breach.
Emmanuelle van den Broucke is member of the French Association of Lawyers in Competition Practice and regularly publishes articles on competition law and is editor of a monthly newsletter on competition issues.

Joined Salans (now Dentons) in 2004, Partner since 2008
Associate at Shearman & Sterling (1999 - 2004)

Languages

English, French

Member

Admitted to the Paris Bar in 1999
Member of the French Association of Lawyers in Competition Practice (APDC) and Member of the AFEC (Association Française d’Etude de la Concurrence)

Education

University of Paris I - Pantheon Sorbonne, D.E.S.S. in Internal Market Law (1997)
University of Nantes, Maîtrise in Community Law (1995)


France

EU, competition and distribution

Within: EU, competition and distribution

The competition and antitrust offering at Dentons is especially strong in the pharmaceutical and luxury sectors, where it primarily advises on distribution agreements and commercial relationships. The practice is headed by Emmanuelle Van Den Broucke, who recently obtained clearance for the acquisition of retail activities in the automotive sector by Groupe Maurin as part of its strategic expansion. In terms of recent distribution work, associate Alexia Delaunay - who joined the firm from Baker McKenzie - was part of the team which advised on the strategic review of a high-profile luxury brand's selective distribution policy, as well as pre-litigation issues pertaining to its network in Europe. Also notable is Delaunay's work for a foreign steel manufacturing client with regard to an investigation into funding granted to it by an EU government branch.

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