Lucie specializes in Business Crime, Business Ethics and Litigation, often involving crisis management.
Before becoming a lawyer, Lucie was a graduate of ESSEC, a French business school. After having worked as trainee at Linklaters then Freshfields and Latham, Lucie has been an associate at Jeantet Associés for seven years.
Since joining Osborne Clarke in 2016, Lucie represents French and foreign clients (companies and executives) at all stages of proceedings in matters of criminal law related to employment (harassment, discrimination), IT (cybercriminality), consumer law (misleading commercial practices...) or business law (misuse of corporate assets, fraud...).
In Business Ethics, she gives regular advice on risks caused by operational decisions (conflicts of interest, agents and intermediaries) and assists them in setting up or monitoring anti-bribery programs (whistleblowing system, code of conduct, training sessions). She has conducted major internal investigations for her clients, in addition to delivering practical recommendations.
For more than 12 years, Lucie has specialized in the resolution of complex and strategic disputes. She intervenes in pre-litigation and litigation in relation with the company’s life (shareholder disputes, directors' liability, termination of established commercial relationships, unfair competition), often international in nature. She has developed a particular expertise in litigation relating to law enforcement (seizures) and evidence (pre-trial proceedings to collect evidence, international letters rogatory). Last, trained in Mediation (CMAP), she attaches great importance to the elaboration of the strategy together with the client, leading to all forms of dispute resolution (settlement, mediation, conciliation, judicial decision or arbitration).