Jérémie Jourdan is a Partner at White & Case Brussels and Paris. He trained both in law (LLM, College of Europe) and economics and finance (Master's degree, University Paris IX-Dauphine).
Jérémie's practice focuses on advising clients in antitrust and merger control proceedings.
In recent years, he has been involved in several high profile antitrust investigations before the EU Commission and courts. For example, he is representing Les Laboratoires Servier before the Court of Justice in the largest case to date concerning patent settlement agreements in the pharmaceutical sector, which involved the application of both Articles 101 and 102. He has also been at the forefront of investigations in the financial sector, being one of the leading members of the White & Case team representing Crédit Agricole in the European Commission's Euribor investigation. He also secured a significant victory for Japanese company Toshiba Corporation in its challenges before EU Courts against the Commission cartel decision in Cathode Ray Tubes.
Jérémie has also represented clients before the European Commission in Phase I and Phase II merger control reviews, and advised clients in proceedings before the French competition authority. He routinely advises companies, in particular private equity funds, in multi-jurisdictional merger filings around the world.
Between 2010 and 2012, Jeremie worked at the European Commission as part of the Hearing Officers' team. In this role, he developed significant expertise on the procedural rules governing EU antitrust and merger proceedings, and was involved in several high profile antitrust and phase II merger proceedings.