Guillaume Taillandier

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Guillaume is a French qualified avocat who joined the firm in October 2001. He studied law at Université de Lille II in France where he obtained a master (maîtrise) in law and took the ICP (Integrated Common Programme) course, a trilingual diploma in EU law and comparative studies of English, German and French commercial law at the Université de Lille, the University of Warwick (UK) and the Universität des Saarlandes in Saarbrücken (Germany) which he passed with honours. Guillaume then obtained a postgraduate diploma in international and EU economic law at Université de Paris-X Nanterre with honours. Guillaume also obtained a Diploma in EC competition law from King's College London in 2008. Guillaume worked at the legal department of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and appeared as an agent for the French government in various cases before the ECJ before qualifying in January 2002. Guillaume shares his time between our Brussels office (where he is based) and our Paris office, and his practice focuses on French and EU competition law and on general EU law. Guillaume advises clients in various sectors including air transport, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, sports and telecommunications on all aspects of competition law and regulatory law. He also holds regular competition compliance trainings, including dawn raid for clients. Guillaume is a founding member and the vice president of the young lawyers committee of the largest French competition lawyers association (AFEC). He is fluent in French and English and has basic knowledge of German.

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