Representative matters include:
- Advising Facebook in all pre-litigation and litigation matters arising in France, with a focus on technology-related issues, such as infringement and unfair competition in relation to the liability of the hosting service provider, including in relation to privacy-related disputes;
- Assisting French banks (e.g., Crédit Agricole, BNPPARIBAS, NATIXIS) in relation to their data protection issues, including cross-borders flows;
- Assisting and defending Hilton, Ritz, Hôtel de Crillon and other international leading hotel operators regarding trademark infringement, unfair competition and other IP and contractual issues arising out of the opening of hotels in Europe and in France;
- Advising several international companies in relation to privacy and personal data management issues, including notification requirements, intra-group transfers, and use of data in cross-borders litigations and investigations;
- Advising Intuit in relation to the launch of their business in France in particular drafting and reviewing terms of services, privacy policies, codes of conduct, employment and tax matters, etc.;
- Advising Arval, an affiliate of BNP Paribas, on (i) a gap analysis with a view to define a plan towards GDPR compliance, (ii) the implementation of GDPR-compliant provisions in customer and third party providers agreements, and (iii) big data privacy matters;
- Advising Faurecia, one of the world's largest automotive equipment suppliers, on the negotiation of commercial and industrial contracts in relation to the proposed sale of its Automotive Exteriors business to Plastic Omnium, for a transaction worth €665 million (based on enterprise value);
- Advising a German automotive supplier as well as many other industrial companies in relation to termination of their relationships with their distributors;
- Advising Eurazeo, one of the largest European listed investment companies, on the negotiation of licence and commercial agreements in relation to the acquisition from Mondelez International of certain assets in the confectionery products business, including notably a portfolio of local heritage confectionary brands (Poulain, Carambar, Krema, La Pie Qui Chante and Terry's) and 5 plants located in France;
- Advising Altis Semiconductor, on the negotiation of license agreements and commercial contracts;
- Representing a leading Turkish manufacturer in a pan-European (Germany, France, Italy) patent litigation with one of their supplier;
- Representing a major online casino platform operator in trademark and unfair competition proceedings;
- Advising international companies in relation to discovery and issues raised by data protection and privacy laws; and
- Representing a French pharmaceutical company in relation to the drafting of commercial agreements.
Clara joined White & Case in 2005 from another international English law firm. Clara had previously worked as a litigation lawyer in the New York office of Kelley Drye & Warren in 2002 and then at Lovells in Paris in 2004.