Emmanuel Reille is a partner in the Competition & International Trade practice group. His practice covers all issues, including disputes, with regard to French and European competition law, as well as competition law in Africa and China.
He regularly advises major French and foreign companies on matters pertaining to cartels, abuse of dominant position, disputes before the French Competition Authority and the courts as well as notifications of concentrations before the French and European competition institutions. He also assists clients in trade disputes (unfair competition, breach of commercial relations, etc.). Emmanuel has acquired solid experience in the fields of banking, oil, real estate, agribusiness and consumer goods.
Member of the Association des Avocats Pratiquant le Droit de la Concurrence (APDC), Emmanuel is also the author of various articles to the competition law publications “Competition Law Review” and “Competition Law Insight”.
« Emmanuel Reille is praised for being "very precise" and "pragmatic" by one source. He is equally adept at merger filings as well as antitrust investigations.»
Chambers Europe 2021
« Emmanuel Reille is active in contentious claims relating to abuse of dominance and cartel activity. He wins praise from his clients for being 'responsive, competent and a facilitator within his field,' whilst another client adds: 'We very much appreciated Reille's personal involvement in our case, as well as his fighting spirit and out-of-the-box approach.' »
Chambers Europe 2019
« The competition and European law team at Gide Loyrette Nouel consists of experts such as Antoine Choffel, Emmanuel Reille and Dimitri Dimitrov, and is currently advising Les Mousquetaires on the merger clearance aspects of its acquisition of do-it-yourself retailer Bricorama. In other highlights, Choffel is representing Drouot before the FCA in abuse of dominant position and cartel proceedings following a complaint filed by the Figaro company in 2012, and L'Oréal appointed the group to assist with a damage claim filed by Carrefour following the FCA's decision to fine the client on the grounds of its role in the hygiene and personal care sector. »
Legal 500 EMEA 2019