Claire Lavarde is an associate in the White Collar Crime & Regulatory group of White & Case in Paris. She advises financial institutions, major corporations and individuals on domestic and international criminal fraud and contentious regulatory matters. Her practice includes representing clients in relation to criminal banking litigation, fraud, money laundering, criminal aspects of public procurement and criminal aspects of employment law.
Bars and Courts
Master in Management
EM Lyon Business School
Master in Business law
University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas
Maitrise in Business law
University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
Representing foreign and domestic financial institutions before French Criminal Courts in fraud and counterfeiting matters.
Representing a leading French financial institution and one of its employees in connection with a criminal investigation on charges of bribery.
Representing clients in connection with an investigation by the NY Department of Financial Services and involving the French ACPR.
The crowdfunding's legal framework - Prospective analyses, Trans Europe Experts, Volume 11, January 2015, (Le cadre juridique du crowdfunding – Analyses prospectives) (co-author)