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Marc Lévy has headed the EU, competition and regulatory department of the Paris office since he joined the firm in 2003.
Marc represents domestic and international groups before competition authorities and courts in the EU and France with regard to cartels and the abuse of market dominance. He also specialises in French and cross-border merger control regulations. Marc advises clients on unfair trade practices, consumer protection and contractual disputes. He is particularly active in the IT and pharmaceutical sectors.
Marc is a lecturer at the University of Paris V in European business law (competition and distribution law) master’s degree. He regularly contributes to leading publications and speaks at high-level conferences.
Prior to joining the firm, Marc was head of the antitrust and commercial law practice at Archibald. He was previously seconded as legal affairs director to Microsoft France while at Salès Vincent George, and staff attorney at Air Liquide in Houston, Texas, United States.
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