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Julie Catala Marty

Julie Catala Marty

Franklin26 Avenue KléberParisFrance75116

Future Leader

WWL Ranking: Future Leader

WWL says

Julie Catala Marty is praised by sources for her competition practice, offering "complete and exhaustive solutions" as well as her "ability to work to really short deadlines".

Biography

Julie Catala Marty joined Franklin law firm in 2015 to create its competition-distribution department. Since 2000, she has been representing clients before French and European competition authorities and French ordinary courts.

Her experience covers anticompetitive and restrictive practices, distribution law, state aid and merger control. She also assists her clients in damages actions (private enforcement) before ordinary courts. She is regularly mandated on the most cutting-edge cases, both in merger control (complex horizontal mergers, gun-jumping issues) and anticompetitive practices (cartels, abuses of dominance). She has extensive experience in the field of dawn raids, including on the upstream preparation and management of inspections by competition authorities and in the design and implementation of compliance programmes.

Julie’s practice spans a variety of industries, she has recognised expertise in the fields of network industries (telecommunications, transport, energy), media and television, luxury goods, financial services, aviation, consumer goods, building materials and heavy industries.

Julie also contributes to various publications and is a member of several associations, such as the French Competition Lawyers’ Association and the French Association for the Study of Competition. She is a frequent speaker at antitrust conferences and seminars.

In less than four years, Franklin’s competition team expertise has been praised and recommended by all major rankings such as Chambers and Partners, GCR and The Legal 500, which emphasised Julie’s “fantastic sense of strategy and knowledge of her clients’ business sector”, her “impressive” pleading skills in "important and high-profile cases” and her “competence, responsiveness and quality of analyses”.

National Leader

France - Competition 2019

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Julie Catala Marty has “been involved in very prominent cases” in the competition space, say sources, who add she is “very active in the telecoms market”.

Biography

Julie Catala Marty joined Franklin law firm in 2015 to create its competition-distribution department. Since 2000, she has been representing clients before French and European competition authorities and French ordinary courts.

Her experience covers anticompetitive and restrictive practices, distribution law, state aid and merger control. She also assists her clients in damages actions (private enforcement) before ordinary courts. She is regularly mandated on the most cutting-edge cases, both in merger control (complex horizontal mergers, gun-jumping issues) and anticompetitive practices (cartels, abuses of dominance). She has extensive experience in the field of dawn raids, including on the upstream preparation and management of inspections by competition authorities and in the design and implementation of compliance programmes.

Julie’s practice spans a variety of industries. She has recognised expertise in the fields of network industries (telecommunications, transport, energy), media and television, luxury goods, financial services, aviation, consumer goods, building materials and heavy industries.

Julie also contributes to various publications and is a member of several associations such as the French Competition Lawyers’ Association and the French Association for the Study of Competition. She is a frequent speaker at antitrust conferences and seminars.

In less than four years, Franklin’s Competition team expertise has been praised and recommended by all major rankings such as Chambers and Partners, GCR and The Legal 500, which emphasised Julie’s “fantastic sense of strategy and knowledge of her clients’ business sector”, her “impressive” pleading skills in "important and high-profile cases” and her “competence, responsiveness and quality of analyses”.

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