Lucie is specialized in commercial, corporate and criminal disputes.

Before becoming a lawyer, she graduated from ESSEC, a French business school and was a trainee in corporate banking in London (Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein).

She worked for seven years in the Litigation department at JeantetAssociés and CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre.

She assists clients with legal advice on litigation matters, concerning white collar crime, corporate and commercial disputes.

In particular, she has been involved in disputes such as director’s liability, enforcement of warranties and shareholder conflicts.

Lucie also helps clients facing potential criminal liability with advice and representation (misuse of corporate assets, abuse of corporate rights, false and misleading accounts, tax fraud, embezzlement, money laundering and criminal insolvency matters).

She represents French and foreign clients in criminal proceedings at every stage (policy inquiry, investigation led by the investigating judge, trial before the criminal court).

She also assists clients under custody and in dawn raids led by the Competition Council, Customs Services and Tax Administration.

Lucie advices clients in all types of contract disputes, emergency procedures, enforcement measures (i.e. attachment, seizure, mortgage) arising from the wrongful termination of commercial relationships or unfair competition.

She has also conducted both ad hoc and institutional arbitration (ICC, Court of Arbitration for Sport).

Lucie has been on assignment to Morocco on several occasions for international litigation and arbitration.