Maxime Lambilliotte's practice focuses on antitrust and competition law, both at the European Union and national levels. He advises major international companies in their proceedings with the European Commission and national competition authorities.
Maxime's experience spans all fields of competition law, including merger control, anticompetitive agreements, abuse of dominance, and State aid. He works regularly on complex cross-border merger cases, guiding companies from premerger counseling through all steps of the notification process. Most recently, Maxime was a member of the team that represented Bombardier in the €7.5 billion sale of its rail business to Alstom and NVIDIA in its $6.9 billion acquisition of Mellanox.
In addition to his competition law practice, he frequently advises clients on other aspects of EU law such as internal market issues and regulatory matters, particularly in the electronic communications sector.
- College of Europe (LL.M. in European Law [option: European Law and Economic Analysis] magna cum laude 2019); Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) (Master II in Law 2018; Bachelor in Political Science 2015); Harvard University (Exchange student, 2016); McGill University (Exchange student, 2015)