EU: CDC Cartel Damage Claims opens Paris office with new head

Cartel Damage Claims (CDC),  announced the appointment of Sarah Subremon  as its Executive Director for France, effective immediately. Sarah will be based in Paris, where she will open an office for CDC. Her appointment closely follows the recent appointment in its Luxembourg office of former DG COMP and EU General Court official, Marc Barennes, earlier this year.

Sarah joins CDC from l’Autorite de la Concurrence (French Competition Authority) where she acted since 2017 as one of the five Deputy Rapporteur Generals. Prior to that, and for 10 years, she held several other senior positions at the French Competition Authority acting inter alia as Advisor to the President as well as Deputy Head of the Legal Service. In that last capacity, she represented the Authority before a variety of Courts, including the Court of Justice of the EU, the French Supreme Courts, and the Paris Court of Appeals. Her previous roles focused on complex cases of cartels (banking and chemical product sectors), abuses of dominance (health and waste management sectors) and restrictive agreements.

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