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 Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions violations. He also has significant practical experience in crisis management involving workplace accidents, industrial accidents, and dawn raids.
In addition, he has 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.
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- Paris Bar School (CAPA 2014); HEC Paris (M.Sc. in International Law and Management 2012); American University (LL.M in International Business Law 2010); University of Paris X-Nanterre (Dual Master's degree in French & Anglo-American Business Law 2010)
- English, French