bureau Brandeis Paris is a litigation boutique, primarily dedicated to acting in antitrust cases on the plaintiff’s side.
In the fields of both public and private antitrust, we offer innovative services to multinationals, SMEs, and start-ups.
bureau Brandeis Paris founding lawyers have acquired in their capacities as former antitrust officials with the French Competition Authority, the Competition and Markets Authority, the European Commission and the Court of justice of the European Union and as attorneys litigating cases before these competition authorities and the French and EU courts, a unique expertise in antitrust law.
Our lawyers assist multinationals, SMEs and start-ups in all antitrust fields, including abuses of dominance, cartels, compliance & audits, distribution, merger control, State aids and as trustees. They were directly involved in numerous dawn raids, leniency applications, settlement and commitments procedures, standard administrative procedures, as well as commercial, administrative and EU court actions.
bureau Brandeis Paris lawyers work with hand with bureau Brandeis Amsterdam antitrust lawyers to represent their clients in pan-European cases.
bureau Brandeis Paris lawyers are experienced in obtaining redress for companies of all sizes harmed by cartels, abuses of dominance and illegal State aids. We litigate claims before both the civil and administrative courts in France as well as before the courts in the Netherlands with bureau Brandeis Amsterdam, whenever bringing a pan-European claim before this jurisdiction (which is well known in Europe for being favorable to claimants) is the best option for our clients.
In all cases, bureau Brandeis Paris lawyers rely on a unique network of highly professionals in data collection, economists, industry experts and litigation funders to assist them in obtaining redress for their clients.
bureau Brandeis Paris also offers to companies a wide range of options to act for them, including working pursuant to a power of attorney, a trustee-mandate (“avocat-fiduciaire”) or represent their interests when they decide to transfer their claims to a third party. Depending on the needs of our clients, we offer the full range of billing options (pay-per-hour fee, flat fee, partial success fee, and litigation funding solutions).
Litigation services other than antitrust
Some of our founding members benefit from considerable experience in advising and litigating a wide range of commercial, corporate and administrative areas including contracts, corporate law, white-collar crime, procurement law, regulatory law, public tenders and arbitration.