Claire Lavin's practice focuses on all aspects of European and French competition law. Her experience includes merger control, general antitrust compliance, cartels, anticompetitive agreements, dawn raids, and abuse of dominance, as well as European and French state aid law. She also helps in the establishment of distribution networks and has experience advising clients on antitrust investigations.
Claire has worked on cases involving a wide range of industries, including transport, pharmaceuticals, retail, and banking.
Claire teaches European competition law at the Paris Institut d'Etudes Politiques and has taught European litigation at the Paris II Assas University.
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- College of Europe (LL.M. 2012); University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (Maîtrise in Private Law 2011); King's College London (LL.B. 2011)
- Paris Bar
- English, French