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Competition law 

Jouvensal is a boutique firm focused on competition law 



The firm provides clients with cutting-edge expertise in all areas of competition law



Business oriented and cutting-edge expertise

Jouvensal is a boutique firm known for its ability to go toe-to-toe with some of the biggest law firms due to the first-rate experience of its founder.


Karin-Amélie Jouvensal practiced for more than 10 years at Bredin Prat widely recognised as a market-leading practice covering all areas of competition law.

The Firm is recognized by market players and in the rankings for its ability to offer high quality services with high added value.

The firm has excellent access to decision-makers at both national and european level.

The founder's strong personal relationship with colleagues in key foreign jurisdictions and with economists allows the firm to offer its clients a seamless service.


The firm is ranked in the categories "strong reputation" for merger control and

" renowned practice" in antitrust and in distribution law

by Leaders Magazine – Leaders League Group



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Tel: 01 53 70 54 54

Registered with the Paris Bar (2005)



University of Paris X Nanterre
London School of Economics and Political Science

Prior experience

Bredin Prat, Bouygues Telecom, Salans


Member of the association of lawyers practicing competition law (APDC)
President of the HEC Law and Business Club

Karin-Amelie Jouvensal founded the Firm in 2018.


Prior to founding the Firm, she practiced competition law at Bredin Prat in Brussels and Paris for more than 10 years. 


Karin-Amélie Jouvensal's practices focus on European and French competition law including merger control, cartel investigations, private enforcement and market dominance.

Karin-Amélie is known for her strong track record in merger control cases and is regularly involved in complex cases (for instance fix-it-first remedies in the context of the largest transaction examined by the French Competition Authorithy in the French overseas territories).


She advised clients in numerous cartel cases, including those relating to the fresh dairy products, home and body care products, transportation and she has represented clients in disputes before the European Commission, the European Courts in Luxembourg, the French Competition Authority and several courts in France.

She lectures on competition law at HEC.



6 rue Paul Valery

75116 Paris - France

E-mail :
T : 01 53 70 54 54

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