Charlotte Buraux intervenes in various areas of business litigation and, as such, advises, assists and represents corporate officers and companies before the French civil and criminal courts.
She has developed a particular expertise in business criminal law. Thus, she both acts at the stage of criminal risk prevention (setting up delegations of powers, deployment of compliance programmes, etc.) and at the stage of criminal defense (in the context of criminal investigations but also before criminal courts).
Charlotte Buraux also has extensive experience in business litigation, particularly in commercial litigation (unfair competition, contractual litigation, etc.) and corporate litigation (shareholder disputes, directors’ liability, etc.).
French - English
Charlotte Buraux, Juliette Garcin, “3 Questions: La réforme du « verrou de Bercy » et la loi relative à la lutte contre la fraude”, La Semaine juridique – Entreprise et affaires, n°1, LexisNexis, January 2019
Charlotte Buraux, “Loi Sapin II : la mise en place du dispositif anticorruption par les entreprises un an après la publication des recommandations de l’AFA”, Revue Lamy Droit des Affaires (RLDA), N°143, December 2018