Moyse Bleser joins IR as the exclusive Administrative Law Member in Luxembourg
Published 23 Feb, 2018
Gabriel is continuing as a Committee Member for the Employment Group in 2020.
Please sign in to view members only features
Admitted to the Luxembourg Bar in 1997, Gabriel has 20 years’ professional experience as a lawyer and in the public sector. He is recognised for his significant experience in European law with particular emphasis on European and Luxembourg competition law (cartels, abuse of dominant position, joint ventures, state aid, merger control, distribution law). He also advises on unfair competition law, administrative law and public law (regulatory issues), public procurement law and procedures, on new technologies, telecommunications law, data protection and labour law and social security law. Gabriel was the first general rapporteur of the Inspectorate of Competition and has gained significant experience in European and Luxembourg competition law. He helped set up the new Luxembourg competition authorities in 2004. Gabriel is a founding member and President of the Luxembourg Association for the Study of Competition Law, member of LIGUE, member of UIA (Union Internationale des avocats) and a member of the Legal Committee of the British Chamber of Commerce (Luxembourg) and a board member and treasurer of APSI (Association luxembourgeoise des professionnels de la société de l’information). Before setting up MOYSE BLESER in January 2017, Gabriel was a partner in another Luxembourg law firm and formerly lawyer in a magic circle firm and in a reputable independant Luxembourg law firm.
1995 Master’s degree in Private Law, Robert Schuman University (Strasbourg III), France
1997 LL.M. (Magisterlegum), University of Cologne, Germany
2003 Postgraduate College Diploma in European Competition Law, King’s College, London, UK
Gabriel Bleser publishes on legal themes in specialised press and monographs in French and English.
Luxembourg Competition Law – Collégiales du Droit, Luxembourg, Legitech, Avril 2016, Coordination by Me BLESER
Cartels Global Insights, Luxembourg chapter, Global Legal Group Ltd, London, February 2014
Competition Litigation 2016, Luxembourg chapter, Global Legal Group Ltd., London,
September 2015, Competition litigation 2015, Luxembourg chapter, Global Legal Group Ltd., London, September 2014 and Competition litigation 2014, Luxembourg chapter, Global Legal Group Ltd., London, September 2013
Cartels and leniency 2014, Luxembourg chapter, Global Legal Group Ltd., London, December 2013
Article on the reform of the law on spatial planning (Law of 30 July 2013), Cahiers du droit luxembourgeois n. 19, Legitech (co-author)
Anti-cartel enforcement worldwide – Luxembourg chapter – Editors Maher M. Dabbah and Barry E. Hawk, Cambridge University Press, 2009
French, English, German, Luxembourgish
The MOYSE BLESER law firm, founded by François MOYSE and Gabriel BLESER commenced its activities in January 2017. The lawyers of the firm have significant experience in dispute resolution (civil, commercial and administrative litigation) and in public regulation, and advise their clients on criminal law (mostly economic and international), on company law and labour law. In addition, they are recognised experts in the following domains: administrative law, European law and competition law, human rights, telecommunications law, media law and data protection issues.
The multilingual team of around 10 lawyers provides highly personalised services to national and international clients. The firm is member of EALG (Euro-American Lawyers’ Group) and member of VOGEL GLOBAL COMPETITION NETWORK, a global network of independent law firms acknowledged as specialists in competition, regulation and distribution law.
The lawyers of the firm are members of, and active in, various international organisations such as the UIA (International Union of Lawyers), ECBA (European Criminal Bar Association) and the LIGUE (International Ligue of Competition).
In Luxembourg, the firm is a member of FEDIL, AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce), BCC (British Chamber of Commerce), clc and APSI (Association des professionnels de la société de l’information), ALEDC (Luxembourg Competition Association) and the Luxembourg Association of Criminal Lawyers.