Jérémy is an attorney at the Paris Bar, and a partner of DELCADE Avocats & Solicitors. He has developed a practice covering EU and French competition and distribution law as well as the regulation of liberalised sectors, litigation and arbitration.
Jérémy has represented corporate clients operating in various industries, including the energy, real estate, automobile manufacture, Internet platform, measuring technologies, LED, media, book distribution, financial, pharmaceutical and telecommunications sectors. He has also represented governmental clients.
Jérémy is a lecturer at Sciences Po (Paris) and a member of the CEPANI, the Brussels-based international arbitration centre, as well as of the Executive Committee of the Association Française d’Etude de la Concurrence (AFEC), the French chapter of the International League of Competition Law (ILCL). He contributed to the French version of the Global Dictionnary of Competition Law published by Concurrences, the leading French, UK, and US competition law revue.
His recent publications
Two important information to remember from the Annual report on the control of foreign investments in France in 2022
Published on 9 May 2023, the Annual Report on the Control of Foreign Investments in France in 2022 mentions two important information. First, it presents the sanction procedure in the event of a breach of the rules on controlling foreign investments in France, which would suggest that the French Treasury could consider opening investigations in […]Read more
In an article published in L’Actu Concurrence in French, Jérémy Bernard, partner at DELCADE, decrypts the ruling of the French Judicial Supreme Court of January 11th, 2023, regarding the application of the French prohibition of obtaining an advantage without consideration or a disproportionate advantage to subcontracting relationships and the recovery by the Employer authority of […]Read more
The challenges of the new case law on anti-competitive practices in subcontracting and recovery of the CICE
Latest development in French case law on competition restrictive practices (pratiques restrictives de concurrence): the enforcement of the prohibition on obtaining an advantage without consideration or a disproportionate one to subcontracting relationships and to the claw back by the client of a part of the CICE French tax credit received by its subcontractors Decision of […]Read more