Thibaut is a Senior Associate in the Competition and Commercial law department at Osborne Clarke Paris office.
He advises French and foreign clients particularly in the areas of competition (merger control, horizontal and vertical anticompetitive practices, abuse of dominant position), distribution (commercial negotiation, T&CS, contracts and distribution networks, restrictive practices) and consumer issues (sales promotions, T&CS, unfair business practices). He also deals with commercial disputes and litigation before the French Competition Authority, civil and commercial Courts as well as investigation before the French regulators (DGCCRF, DDPP).
Prior to joining the firm, Thibaut spent seven years working at PDGB Avocats in the Competition/Distribution/Consumer department.
Thibaut was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2013 and holds a Master degree in Competition and Consumer Law (University of Montpellier I, 2009).
He is also a member of the AFEC (French Association for Competition Studies) since 2012 and President of the “Young Committee” of AFEC since January 2021.
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