GIR – Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations 4th edition
Clémentine Duverne, Julie Zorrilla and Stéphane de Navacelle, Partners Navacelle, co-author the French chapter of the fourth edition of Global Investigations Review’s Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations. Many thanks to editors Judith Seddon, Eleanor Davison, Christopher J Morvillo, Michael Bowes QC, Luke Tolaini, Ama A Adams and Tara McGrath!
March 20 2020
Navacelle promotes Clémentine Duverne and Julie Zorrilla to Partner
Navacelle is delighted to announce that Clémentine Duverne and Julie Zorrilla have been promoted as Partners. “These promotions are in line with Navacelle’s 10-year commitment to excellence in client service and a broader dedication to the profession. The firm’s strengthened leadership will make it a stronger choice for clients looking for reliable advice addressing complex situations.” comments Stéphane de Navacelle, the firm’s founding partner.
Clémentine Duverne joined Navacelle as Counsel in 2019 and became Partner in January 2020. A lawyer in New York (2010) and Paris (2012), she practices corporate litigation, predominantly in the fields of white-collar, internal investigations and compliance. Prior to joining Navacelle, Clémentine worked in the White-collar and Regulatory department of White & Case in which she has gained expertise in complex cross-border financial and criminal matters, notably in corruption and AML/CFT matters.
Julie Zorrilla joined Navacelle in 2012. As Associate, Counsel and now Partner at Navacelle, she has worked for over seven years on complex cross-border financial and criminal matters with clients and enforcement authorities in the Americas, Asia, Europe and Russia.
She assists foreign and national senior executives and corporations in internal investigations, pre-litigation and litigation proceedings, in matters ranging from large-scale corruption, embargo and index manipulation (LIBOR and SSA) to asset recovery, monitorships and assessing compliance programs.
February 13 2020
La Lettre des Juristes d’Affaires. Association France Amériques conference. February 3 2020
About the conference “Negotiated justice”, French law under American influence?. France-Amériques Association, Paris. February 3 2020.
« Stéphane de Navacelle, a lawyer in Paris, also disavows the concept of “economic war” and favors talking about competition through law. He raises the question of the role of lawyers in CJIP, and stresses that in that respect, the quarrel between the old and the modern is still very much alive at the bar. “The old stigmatize the “lawyers-traitors” who investigate their clients and transfer the findings to the prosecutors”, he observes. He considers these procedures to now be French and that they should not be looked at as “Montesquieu’s Persian letters”»
Justice négociée : la coopération pour éloigner le soupçon d’influence américaine by Anne Portmann. La Lettre des Juristes d’Affaires.
February 11 2020
Décideurs as Excellent in White Collar Crime in France in 2020
“Negotiated justice”, French law under American influence?
Stéphane de Navacelle, Partner Navacelle, discusses ““Negotiated justice”, French law under American influence?” at the invitation of Jean-Luc Fournier, President of France-Amériques Association alongside Peter B. Axelrod, Of Counsel Paul Hastings, Charlotte Bilger, Member of the Paris Court of Appeal, Anne Deysine, Professor at Nanterre University, Fabien Ganivet, Partner DLA Piper, Eric Russo, First Deputy Prosecutor of the National Financial Prosecutor’s Office during the Law and Economic warfare conference at the France-Amériques Association in Paris, France.
February 3 2020