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Elodie Fabre practices restructuring and insolvency law. She regularly advises private and public companies, investors, funds, creditors, and shareholders.

Elodie has developed in-depth experience in transactional matters having worked on several well-known distressed M&A transactions (share and asset deals) and out-of-court debt restructurings (including leveraged buyouts [LBOs]). She also has participated in a significant number of French and cross-border insolvencies, including prepacked proceedings. In addition, Elodie handles the litigation aspects that affect distressed and insolvency matters.

Her experience covers a broad range of international and domestic matters involving many industry and services sectors such as retail, sea, air and road transport, pharmaceuticals, paper, television renting (rent to own), and automotive.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2019, Elodie practiced for more than a decade at U.S. law firms in Paris. She also worked for two years at a major insolvency practitioner's office in Paris.

She is part of the Women in Restructuring Network.


  • Electrolux challenges extension of judicial reorganization procedure against one of its subsidiaryJones Day is representing the Swedish multinational home appliance manufacturer group Electrolux group in several lawsuits related to the interpretation of a decision of the French Supreme Court dated 11 March 2020 ruling on the annulment of an extension of judicial reorganization proceedings.
  • Antalis restructures and refinances its existing indebtednessJones Day advised Antalis, a leading professional paper distributor and provider of packaging and Visual Communication solutions, in connection with the mandat ad hoc procedure, restructuring, and refinancing of its existing indebtedness and the acquisition of Antalis by Kokusai Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
  • Carmat reaches agreement with one of its main suppliers and signs sanctioned conciliation agreementJones Day advised the French medtech Carmat in connection with its negotiations with one of its main suppliers, Vignal Artru Industries, which was facing difficulties and was subject to an amicable procedure.