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Attorney admitted to the Paris Bar (2010)
After practicing nine years at Fidal law firm, Régis Pihery joined Redlink as a Partner in 2017.
Régis Pihéry graduated to a Master II degree in Business Law – DJCE from the University of Rennes and a LLM in International Business Law from the University of Exeter (UK).
Its activities cover consulting and litigation, both before the courts and arbitral courts, in contract law, distribution law (franchising, selective distribution, exclusive distribution, commercial agency …), competition law (cartels, restrictive practices; unfair competition …) and consumer law (unfair commercial practices, abusive clause …).
He assists and represents French and International companies, particularly distribution and franchise networks, operating in various sectors: sports goods, mass food retail, automobiles, specialist shops, personal care services, etc.
Régis Pihéry is a member of the Scientific Committee and the College of Experts of the French Franchise Federation (FFF). He notably organized and animated in December 2016 the Federation’s legal conference on the theme “Franchise networks in the face of digital-related changes”.
Author of many articles in distribution and competition law (AJ Contrats Dalloz, Contracts-Competition-Consumption, Lamy Business Law …), he also gives lessons at the University of Paris XIII (Master II Litigation) , the University of Montpellier I (Master II Business Law – DJCE) and the CEIPI in Strasbourg.
Régis Pihéry is co-author of the JurisClasseur booklet “Restrictive Practices of Competition – Control and Sanction Procedures” (currently being published).
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