Vincent-Jaunet
Vincent Jaunet
Partner
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Expertise
  • Arbitration / Litigation
  • Public economic law
  • State Aids
  • European & national Competition law
  • Distribution & commercial law
  • Consumer law
  • Telecoms & new technologies law
  • Transport law
  • Energy law
  • Counselling / Contract negotiation

 

Biography

Professionnal career:

Vincent Jaunet is a former student of ESSEC (E98) and holder of a postgraduate diploma in Business Law (DJCE) from the University of Paris II Assas. He worked from 2003 to 2007 within the Europe team, Competition and Economic Regulations of CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre. In 2007, he joined White & Case LLP, within the Antitrust & Regulatory department.

 

Expertise field:

Vincent Jaunet is specialized in competition law (cartel, abuse of dominant position, state aid, merger control, restrictive practices and unfair competition), and also regularly assists banks and financial companies.

He covers all aspects of this type of procedure:

  • Analysis of competition law issues raised by a transaction.
  • Preparation and monitoring of notifications to French and European authorities.
  • Coordination with local lawyers of foreign notifications.
  • Representation of third parties contesting the legality of a transaction with competition authorities.
Energie

Energy

Expertise

Energy

Activity area:

Vincent Jaunet has also considerable expertise in energy law.

He frequently assists major operators, whether suppliers, producers, traders, or electro-intensive industrialists, on all the issues they may face. This includes access to the network, the drafting and negotiation of gas and electricity purchase contracts, the development of projects in the renewable energy sector (wind, photovoltaic, biomass), administrative procedures with the authorities. national and European Union regulations as well as relations with the regulator, etc.

Furthermore, Vincent Jaunet assists players of the telecoms sector (drafting and negotiation of interconnection contracts, provision of directory data as part of the universal directory, allocation of rare resources – numbers or frequencies, purchase of services telecoms, etc.).

He also has a significant practice in consumer law (distance selling, e-commerce, door-to-door sales, premium sales, comparative advertising, etc.), as well as in areas relating to the processing of personal data.

Finally, Vincent regularly speaks at conferences dedicated to telecoms, energy or competition law sectors. He is also the author of numerous articles on these same subjects.