Thomas Lapierre focuses on white-collar crime defence. He represents both companies and individuals in criminal proceedings in complex financial offenses. Recently, he has worked on cases involving allegations of international corruption, violations of international trade sanctions, or fraud on financial markets and market manipulation allegations.
He also advises companies and their executives in the implementation of anti-corruption and money laundering compliance programs.
Prior to joining NAVACELLE in 2020, Thomas practiced within the firm Szpiner Toby Ayela Semerdjian specialized in criminal law and white-collar crime defence where he gained valuable experience in criminal procedure and complex allegations of financial crime and regulatory offences. He also regularly represents individuals before criminal courts in emergency proceedings as an appointed lawyer by the Paris Bar.
Representing a leading telecomunication infrastructure group in an investigation led by the French Financial Prosecutor regarding allegations of corruption.
Representing an invidividual targeted by a criminal investigation relating to allegations of stock market manipulation and fraud as part of a criminal conspiracy.
Assistance in the implementation of anti-corruption compliance program whithin a company specialized in the international sale of software.
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