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Jérémy Attali focuses his practice on white collar crime, internal investigations, and compliance. He assists French and international companies, investment funds, and individuals at all stages of criminal proceedings particularly in corporate, financial, and industrial matters, as well as cybercrime.

Jérémy provides assistance to clients on complex internal investigations involving fraud, corruption, insider trading, market manipulation offenses, and OFAC sanctions violations.

He also has practical experience in implementing compliance policy programs to meet the Sapin 2 Law anticorruption requirements (anticorruption policy, whistleblowing system, risk mapping, third-party due diligence procedures, etc.).

Jérémy joined Jones Day in 2014 after his internship with the Firm.


Major international company conducts investigation of alleged fraud committed by employee
On behalf of a major international company in the construction field, Jones Day conducted an independent investigation of alleged bribery by one of its employees in the context of the tendering procedure for a public contract.

U.S. company investigates handling of whistleblower complaints
Jones Day investigated and provided advice regarding the handling of whistleblower complaints concerning possible corrupt and fraudulent activity at a U.S. company's Brazilian subsidiary.

French subsidiary of major U.S. company in agri-food sector conducted investigations and lodged criminal complaint regarding fraud committed by accountant
On behalf of the French subsidiary of a major U.S. company in the agri-food sector, Jones Day conducted internal investigations pertaining to fraud committed by the company's accountant, lodged a criminal complaint, and assisted the company before the French Criminal Court.

Prominent African businessman represented before Special Criminal Court of Yaounde regarding embezzlement of public funds
Jones Day is assisting a prominent African businessman in a case of alleged embezzlement of public funds before the Special Criminal Court ("Tribunal Criminel Spécial") as well as the Supreme Court of Cameroon.

French subsidiary of U.S. company in transportation sector conducts investigation regarding potential internal moral and sexual harassment
On behalf of the French subsidiary of a U.S. company in the transportation sector, Jones Day conducted internal investigations pertaining to alleged moral and sexual harassment committed by a French director.

French subsidiary of major U.S. company investigates identity theft and fraud
On behalf of the French subsidiary of a major U.S. company in the consumer goods field, Jones Day conducted in-depth investigations pertaining to identity theft and fraud.

French subsidiary of prominent U.S. company conducts investigations related to workplace accident
On behalf of the French subsidiary of a major U.S. company in the consumer goods field, Jones Day carried out several internal investigations to identify any internal breaches and assess the potential criminal risk related to a workplace accident.

Information technology company defends litigation following searches of headquarters
Jones Day is assisting the French subsidiary of a leading U.S. IT services company during important searches carried out at its headquarters pursuant to the request of a competing company, and during the subsequent litigation before the Commercial Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.

French investment fund considers potential risk stemming from investment in company where CEO faces prosecution for corruption
On behalf of a French investment fund, Jones Day conducted investigations to assess the criminal risk for its client that could arise from the prosecution on corruption grounds of the CEO of one of the companies in which the Fund has invested.

French manufacturer of industrial equipment conducts investigation of alleged moral harassment committed by one of its directors
On behalf of a French manufacturer of industrial equipment, Jones Day conducted internal investigations to collect evidence demonstrating that an employee's allegations of moral harassment were misleading.

Additional Publications

  • April 2018France Takes Next Step in Anticorruption Enforcement: First "French DPAs" and What Companies Should Know
  • April 2018French Anti-Corruption Agency Publishes Information Expected from Companies During Agency Inspections
  • Février 2017Loi Sapin II : une nouvelle ère s'ouvre en matière de lutte contre la corruption, ce que les entreprises doivent savoir
  • January 2017A New Era in French Anticorruption Enforcement: What Companies Should Know About the Newly Enacted Sapin II Law
  • May 2016The Sapin II Bill: A Potential Game-Changer in French Corruption Enforcement
  • Avril 2016Le projet de Loi Sapin II : vers une évolution majeure de la législation française anti-corruption
  • June 2014The Fight Against Cybercrime: A Major Issue for European Companies
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