Corinne Khayat has been a partner of UGGC Avocats since 2000, where she co-heads the Competition Law department.
She regularly represents her clients before the courts and competition authorities and advises in all areas of French and EU competition law. She has particular experience in notifying mergers and joint ventures to the French Competition Authority. She handles proceeding before competition authorities.
Corinne Khayat assists French and foreign clients, mostly large and medium size companies and public bodies, active in various sectors such as food, retail, services, luxury (cosmetics, perfumes) and building materials industries. She also handles cases as a correspondent for many foreign law firms.
She also regularly advises in distribution law and assists clients in setting-up distribution networks. Corinne Khayat has been a professor of European Union competition law at the Institut Catholique and a lecturer in competition law at the University Paris I, Pantheon Sorbonne. She is a member of APDC (Association of the Practitioners of Competition Law) and a regular speaker at the competition law commission of the UIA (International Union of Lawyers).
About UGGC Avocats
Created in 1993, UGGC Avocats is one of the leading independent business law firms in France. UGGC Avocats assists private and public operators. The firm has extensive expertise in legal and tax matters; through its teams and its family office, it offers a very large capacity of intervention in France and abroad (Europe, Africa, Asia and South America). UGGC’s approach is based on its ability to mobilise multidisciplinary teams adapted to its clients’ needs. UGGC Avocats gathers more than 150 lawyers, including 33 partners.