Claire’s practice focuses on antitrust, competition, and complex civil and international human rights litigation.
Originally from France, she joins Hausfeld following a JD at American University Washington College of Law, where she represented low income individuals in the Federal Tax Clinic and spent a semester at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Educated in both the civil legal system, France, and the common law legal system, United States and United Kingdom, Claire’s unique training enables her to represent clients on complex cross-border issues.
In re: Generic Pharmaceuticals Pricing Antitrust Litigation – Representing end-payer plaintiffs against some of the largest generic pharmaceutical companies in the world for their industry-wide coordination to inflate prices, divvy up the markets, and block competition.
Kashef v. BNP Paribas SA – Representing a class of victims of human-right abuses committed by the Government of Sudan and militias, suing a French financial institution for its fraudulent financial practices, that allowed the Sudanese government to evade American sanctions.
American University Washington College of Law, J.D., Magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 2019
Universite Paris X Nanterre (France), Master 2 in French and Anglo-American Laws, Mention Bien, 2019
Universite Paris X Nanterre (France), Licence and Master 1 in International Law, Mention Assez Bien, 2017
University of Essex (United Kingdom), LLB Bachelor of Laws, First Class Honors Degree, 2015
District of Columbia
Affiliations & Memberships
Student Attorney, Janet R. Spragens Federal Tax Clinic, 2019
Judicial Intern to the Honorable Robert R. Rigsby, 2018
Member, Moot Court Honor Society, American University Washington College of Law, 2017-2019
French Legal Culture Frontrunner, lead on “Women and the Law” project, 2014-2015
Member, American Bar Association: Forum on Air and Space Law