Passionate and determined, a fine technician with a creative mind, Olivier Fréget spares neither his time nor his efforts for his clients. A legal advisor before being admitted to the Paris Bar in 1994, he assists and represents his clients before the French and European courts on all issues related to competition and regulatory law. Recognized for the quality of his expertise and his technical knowledge in new technologies (particularly computer technology), he is particularly sought after in the telecommunications, energy, media and pharmaceutical sectors.
Prior to founding Fréget & Associés becoming Fréget Glaser & Associés in 2021, Olivier Fréget was a partner at Allen & Overy LLP in Paris, head of the Competition and European Law Department in Paris and co-head of the Global Competition Law Group between 2010 and 2013. In this capacity, he gained significant international experience on competition law and policy in Europe and beyond. He was previously partner in charge of the Competition and European Law Department of Bird & Bird in Paris.
He holds a post-graduate degree in International Private Law and International Trade Law from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and has also studied economics and international politics. A convinced and militant European, he is a member of several think tanks on competition policy and the European Union.
He currently teaches competition law at the Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris.
Emmanuel Glaser has both an administrative and jurisdictional experience, which makes him a privileged point of contact in relations with the administration and the courts.
He spent 14 years as a member of the Conseil d’Etat (French Council of State), including its position during 7 years as Commissaire du Gouvernement, as well as Juge des Référés and member of the Section des Travaux Publics.
Emmanuel Glaser was also advisor for legal and European affairs to the Secretary General of National Defense, and then Deputy Director of Public, European and International Law at the Legal Affairs Directorate of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. In this capacity, he piloted or monitored numerous bills and regulatory texts, from their drafting to their final adoption by Parliament and their defense before the Conseil Constitutionnel (Constitutional Council) or the Conseil d’Etat.
He joined Veil Jourde in 2011 as a partner, in charge of the public law department, before co-founding Fréget Glaser & Associés in 2021.
Emmanuel Glaser has kept from his administrative and jurisdictional career an important network within the State administrations, in particular the legal departments, the General Secretariat of the French Government and the Conseil d’Etat.
As an expert in public economic law, he advises companies and major public operators on complex issues of regulation, sanctions and contracts, particularly in the context of major litigation cases.
Emmanuel Glaser is an associate professor at the University of Paris-Est Créteil, lecturer at Sciences Po Paris and co-editor of the competition section of the French legal journal "Actualité juridique Droit administratif" (AJDA).
Emmanuel Glaser is a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm), the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris and the Ecole Nationale d'Administration.
An accomplished EU and Competition/Antitrust Lawyer with extensive experience in both advisory work and litigation, Liliana handles complex cases before the EU and the French courts, as well as before the administrative authorities (European Commission, French Competition Authority).
Well versed in all antitrust and distribution law matters, Liliana also handles multi-jurisdictional merger control cases in the context of corporate transactions.
Liliana has also developed an expertise in State aid law, advising companies (as beneficiaries or competitors), financial institutions (State guarantee issues), as well as State-owned entities (including assistance in the administrative process before the European Commission). She has authored the French chapter of State Aid and the Energy Sector (Hart Publishing, 2018).
Prior to joining Fréget Glaser & Associés in 2016, Liliana worked for eleven years in the Brussels and Paris offices of Allen & Overy LLP. She acquired significant experience in regulated sectors (pharma, energy, telecom), as well as in matters related to the interaction between intellectual property law and competition law.
Liliana Eskenazi holds a PhD in law from the University of Paris 1 - Panthéon-Sorbonne. Her thesis, L'Europe - espace de concurrence, received the Magna cum laude distinction and is published. Liliana has taught competition law at the Ecole Centrale - Supelec, and is currently a lecturer at the University of Picardie. Liliana also intervenes as a volunteer of the Paris Bar pro-bono association Initiadroit in secondary schools on European citizenship.
Sandrine Perrotet has practiced as a lawyer with some of the largest law firms in France. Before joining Fréget Glaser & Associés as a partner in 2021, she worked for eight years at Darrois Villey and for more than ten years at Veil Jourde as counsel.
She has a thorough understanding of all issues related to regulated sectors (electronic communications, energy, pharmaceuticals, transport, etc.), from tariff negotiations to market access issues.
She has been involved in major and structuring operations in the public sector or regulated sectors which constitute significant references.
She has a great understanding of litigation and has developed an unparalleled expertise in constitutional and financial law, particularly in the context of litigation before the CDBF. She participated in the handling of strategic litigations, such as a litigation concerning regulated gas sales tariffs and the condemnation of the CSA to a sanction exceeding one million euros following the illegal adoption of a sanction illegally pronounced against a television service publisher. She assisted clients in the renegotiation of two important administrative emphyteutic leases, notably for the installation of the Pinault Collection at the Bourse du Commerce.
Antoine Labaeye focuses on competition, regulation and commercial litigation matters within Freget Glaser & Associés.
His experience in the Energy sector includes proceedings before the French Competition Authority, several dispute resolution cases before the French Energy Regulator as well as a number of commercial litigation matters before the Paris Commercial Court and the Court of Appeal. Among other matters, he has successfully assisted TotalEnergies in a landmark litigation case in the electricity sector.
Antoine is also regularly involved in telecom and media cases, in particular before the Paris commercial Court.
Antoine teaches law at the University of Rennes and Paris V. He holds a master’s degree in business law from the University of Rennes, a Postgraduate Diploma (DJCE Degree) and an LLM in Competition Law from the Queen Mary University of London. He is an alumnus of the Hague Academy of International Law.
Elsa is an experienced lawyer in EU and French competition law. She works on cases relating to all aspects of competition law including cartels, abuses of dominant position, damages claims and merger control. Her practice involves both advice and representation before French and European competition authorities and courts. Her experience covers numerous sectors and more especially media and energy.
She advised clients before the French Competition Authority (the “FCA”) and the Paris Court of Appeal concerning anticompetitive practices (cartel and abuse of dominant position), both in defense and as plaintiff.
Prior to joining Fréget Glaser & Associés, Elsa worked more than 8 years at Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier and Viguie Schmidt law firms.
Elsa holds a Master’s degree in European Business Law from the University Paris Panthéon Assas. She also studied law and management at the Paris Dauphine University.
Ossman Badir focuses his practice on a range of antitrust and regulatory litigation in addition to other complex commercial disputes. He advises clients before the competition and regulatory authorities and before the French courts.
Ossman has experience with all phases of the litigation process and regularly handles substantive antitrust and regulatory matters. He works with clients in a variety of sectors including telecommunications, energy, media and technology.
Prior to joining Fréget, Glaser & Associés, Ossman worked in several French and English law firms, and in a multinational integrated oil and gas company.
He holds a master’s degree in Economic Litigation & Arbitration from Sciences Po Paris and a master’s degree in European Economic Law from Université Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne.
Stéphanie Legrand’s practice focuses on public business law and regulatory law.
Before joining Fréget Glaser & Associés, Stéphanie practiced for nearly three years in the public law team of an Anglo-Saxon law firm in Paris, and for one year in the public law/projects department of the Casablanca office of an Anglo-Saxon law firm.
She graduated from the Institut de droit public des affaires (IDPA) and holds a Master 2 in Public Business Law (University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne) and a Master 2 in law and governance of public financial systems (University of Bordeaux). She was admitted to the Paris Bar in 2019.
Floriane Pradines, Associate, is a member of the Competition and EU Law team.
She assists French and international companies before French and European courts and competition authorities, in particular in competition litigation (cartels and abuse of dominant position), private enforcement and merger control.
She joined Fréget Glaser & Associés in 2021 after having worked for three years at Bredin Prat in Paris.
Admitted to the Paris Bar (2019), Floriane is a graduate of the Toulouse 1 Capitole University and the Toulouse School of Economics (Master’s degree in Economics and Competition Law, 2015).
Pauline Lecrenais focuses on French and EU competition law. Prior to joining the firm, she was a trainee in law firms and in a French luxury industry group on competition law matters. She holds a Master’s degree in Corporate and Business law and a Postgraduate Diploma (DJCE Degree) from the University of Rennes.
Organized, rigorous and multilingual, Katia Victorine is the Office Manager of Fréget Glaser & Associés. She follows all the files, both French and foreign. She is the point of reference for all questions relating to the financial follow-up of cases and is also the clients' main point of contact for appointments and any other information requests.
Katia Victorine has been assisting company directors and lawyers for nearly twenty years and has acquired significant experience in administrative and financial management, complex agenda management and client relations.
Before joining Fréget & Associés, she worked for the General Management of Euro-Pacific Links and Tioga Venture, as well as for the law firm Allen & Overy LLP Paris.
Katia Victorine holds a BTS in bilingual executive assistant and studied English at the University of Paris XIII.
Véronique Pasquereau has been providing her skills as an executive assistant to clients and lawyers for many years.
With more than 20 years of experience at Veil Jourde, she has accompanied Emmanuel Glaser and Sandrine Perrotet during the creation of the new firm.
Her availability and dynamism will make her your point of entry for any information request.
Ruocco-Nardo’s focuses on Public Business Law and Regulatory Law.
Before joining Fréget Glaser & Associés, he worked as a trainee at several law firms, in an administrative court and for the French Treasury in public law matters.
He graduated from the Institut de droit public des affaires (IDPA), holds a master’s degree in Public Economic Law (University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas) and a degree in Public Law (a Maîtrise from the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas).
Eléa is a junior Associate, member of the
Competition and EU Law team.
Admitted to the Paris Bar (2023), she holds a master’s degree in European Business and Competition Law, a master’s degree in Business Law and Economics (University of Panthéon-Assas) and a degree in Applied Economics (a Maîtrise from the University of Panthéon-Sorbonne).
Caroline Torbay is a junior Associate, member
of the Competition and EU Law team. She works on competition litigation
cases (cartel and abuse of dominant position), private enforcement and merger
control before French and European courts and competition authorities.
Admitted to the Paris bar (2023), she holds a master’s degree in Economic Law of the European Union from Université Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne.