Alexandre’s practice has a particular focus on competition litigation.
Alexandre joined Hausfeld’s competition team in 2019 and has offered legal support to some of our most prominent cases ever since, assisting thousands of clients in their compensation claims following on from competition authorities’ decisions. He is also active in our data and privacy practice, which focuses on bringing damages claims on behalf of consumers for data misuses and breaches.
During his time at Hausfeld, he has developed expertise litigating in France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Previously, Alexandre gained legal experience around investigations and white-collar crime at Jones Day in Paris. He commenced his career at Gide Loyrette Nouel, where he assisted the legal teams advising and representing public bodies before French administrative courts. He proceeded to working at the Directorate General for Competition, where he interned in the B-4 unit, specialised in merger control in the energy and environment sector.
Alexandre speaks conversational Russian and Spanish.
During his time at Hausfeld, he has:
BA in History, Université Paris-IV
BA in Social Sciences, Sciences Po Paris
Academic Exchange, International Relations and Russian History, Saint-Petersburg State University
MA in Business Law, Sciences Po Paris Law School
Trainee Lawyer, Ecole de Formation du Barreau de Paris
Admitted to the Paris bar (France), 2019
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