Quitterie d’ARCHE

Competition law

Distribution law

Commercial litigation


Quitterie d’ARCHE, as Partner of the firm, advises and represents French and foreign compagnies before the regulatory authorities and courts on matters of competition litigation (cartels, abuse of a dominating position) and claims for relief brought by victims of restrictive competition.

Quitterie has developed considerable expertise in advice and litigation in matters of antitrust and distribution law. She acts as legal advisor to the firm’s clients on the various economic law issues operators face from time to time in operating their businesses (implementing and managing networks, negotiating contracts, dealing with restrictive competition).

Career history

Quitterie started her career in the competition and distribution law departments of reputable French law firms (Jeantet, Fidal). She subsequently joined BORREL Avocats and in 2021 became a partner with Laurence BORREL-PRAT.

Education history

As holder of a Certificate in Amicable Dispute Resolution (Counsel in Mediation, Participative Proceedings and Collaborative Law), Quitterie is qualified to assist her clients in dispute resolution, handling the process in a constructive and efficient manner.

Quitterie also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Law (Competition / Distribution) and a dual postgraduate degree in French and Spanish Business Law awarded by Université Paris X and Universidad Pontificia de Comillas – ICADE (Madrid). This bilingual course has been key to Quitterie gaining an in-depth knowledge of the legal issues at stake in international litigation cases.

« Our endeavour is to build a strong, trust-based and durable relationship with clients, and to offer “tailored” solutions to satisfy their requirements and aspirations. »


Quitterie provides legal assistance at Droits d’Urgence, a nonprofit organisation; she is also a member of the Competition Lawyers Association (APDC) and of the French Association for the Study of Competition Law (AFEC). She also takes part in working groups on the regulation of competition.