Marie Hindré > ADVANT Altana > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

75 017 PARIS

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EU, Ditribution & Competition Law




Marie Hindré, a member of the Paris Bar since 2000, joined ADVANT Altana as a partner in 2016.

Before joining ADVANT Altana, Marie Hindré worked at the firm Rambaud Martel, then joined the French office of the American law firm Proskauer, where she created the competition law practice. She then went on to create and lead the 8-person practice at DLA Piper.

Marie Hindré has been distinguished by Décideurs, Best Lawyers and Legal 500.

Marie Hindré is mainly active in the merger control, antitrust and State aids practice areas. Her core sectors are construction, infrastructure, IT and energy, in which she advises and assists large groups and companies, in all their competition law related concerns since more than 20 years.

Marie Hindré has particularly developed her expertise in the energy sector during these recent years, in which she holds an extensive knowledge and background, and enlarged this expertise with other partners at ADVANT Altana in additional areas of skills.

She also developed a recognized practice in the distribution area, assisting industrial in their day-to-day business, and helping either to the launching or the development of new branches.

Marie Hindré is also an active member of the Association des Avocats pratiquant le Droit de la Concurrence, participating in their think tanks active in the association contribution to public consultation on the improvement of the competition rules.


French, English


Association des avocats pratiquant le droit de la concurrence
Association française d’étude de la concurrence


Paris Bar admission: 2000

University of Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne: Masters in Public Business Law
University Paris II – Panthéon-Assas: Post-masters degrees in Public Economic Law and European Business Law

Lawyer Rankings

France > EU, competition and distribution

The team at independent Paris firm ADVANT Altana advises major multinational groups and their subsidiaries on a broad spectrum of competition, EU law, distribution and litigation matters. The caseload features merger controls, cooperative agreements, vertical and horizontal cartels, state aid matters, matters regarding abuse of dominant position, distribution channels, private enforcement and proceedings before the EC and the FCA. The team’s sector expertise includes the retail, energy, pharmaceuticals, IT, insurance and consumer goods sectors. The group is led by Frédéric Manin, who represented Air France in extensive cartel proceedings against oil companies, and energy and IT expert Marie Hindré. Counsel and merger control specialist Lucie Giret is also noted.