Roxane Hicheri

Roxane Hicheri


Roxane’s practice focuses on French and European competition law, as well as distribution and consumer law matters.
Her experience includes merger control filings, as well as representing clients before EU and French competition authorities in antitrust litigations (cartels, abuse of dominant position, vertical restraints) and in the appeal proceedings against decisions issued by those authorities. She also assists companies in follow-on or stand-alone claims before national courts.



Pro bono

Advising and association representing Afghan families on their reunification visa procedures, in the context of the A&O and Safe Passage program

Mentoring high school students through the A&O and DTGE program

Published Work

  • Lettre des Juristes d’Affaires, « Exploitation abusive d’une position dominante par violation du RGPD », octobre 2023
  • Option Droit & Affaires, « Actions en indemnisation de pratiques anticoncurrentielles : quelle application temporelle des présomptions de la directive 2014/24/UE ? », septembre 2023
  • Roxane Hicheri, (2018) e-Alert « Gun jumping : La Commission publie sa décision sanctionnant Altice pour avoir procédé de façon anticipée à l'acquisition de PT Portugal», Paris
  • Roxane Hicheri, (2016) e-Alert « Un nouvel encadrement des relations commerciales aux pieds du Sapin 2 avant Noël », Paris
""Senior associate Roxane Hicheri is a specialist in distribution and consumer law matters.""
Legal 500 EMEA - France (EU, Competition & Distribution), 2023
Best Lawyers Competition / Antitrust Law
Ones to Watch since 2022



Admitted to Paris Bar, 2015


Paris Bar School, 2015

Master European Business Law, University Paris II Panthéon Assas, 2014

BSc & MSc, Management, EM LYON Business School, 2013


French, English
A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.