Constance is a junior associate in the Competition and Commercial law department at Osborne Clarke Paris office.
She advises French and foreign clients on competition law (merger control, horizontal and vertical anticompetitive practices, abuse of dominant position), distribution law (T&CS, contracts and distribution networks, restrictive practices) and consumer issues (T&CS, unfair business practices). She also deals with commercial disputes and litigation before the French Competition Authority and civil and commercial Courts.
Prior to joining the firm, Constance spent a year and a half at De Pardieu Brocas Maffei in the Competition law department.
Constance was admitted to the Paris Bar in January 2021. She holds a Master degree in European Business Law (University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas), in European and International Law (University of Warsaw, Poland) and an LLM degree in International Law and Management (HEC Paris).
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