Amandine focuses on competition litigation matters, particularly competition damages litigation.
Prior to joining Hausfeld, Amandine obtained experience in a wide variety of both contentious and non-contentious international matters as in-house counsel within the Michelin group. Having also worked as a treasury project leader within the Michelin group and as an internal controller at Valeo, she combines a strong legal and financial background with an in-depth knowledge of the automotive industry.
As a dual-qualified lawyer, she assists clients in the automotive, distribution, environmental and energy sectors, in relation to follow-on and stand-alone damages claims.
Amandine speaks Spanish.
Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law, King’s College London, 2018-2019
Master Grande Ecole, MSc in Law and Tax Management (Top 5%), EDHEC Business School, Lille, France
Master Degree in Business Law Faculté Libre de Droit, Lille, France
Exchange Semester, Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto, Canada
Solicitor, England and Wales, 2019
Paris Bar, 2015
Amandine regularly contributes to the Hausfeld Perspectives and authors opinion pieces which you can access below.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
Amandine has been a member of the legal team working on the following award-winning or nominated cases:
Legal Business Awards 2019
Hausfeld was nominated as 'Competition Team of the Year' for its innovative work with Peugeot (PSA Group) against two European and four Japanese manufacturers of automotive bearings, found guilty of price fixing in 2014.
In 2019, The Lawyer nominated the Trucks cartel case as one of their Top 20 Cases for 2019. In the UK, Hausfeld represents Wolseley UK Ltd & Ors, Suez Groupe SAS & Ors and Veolia Environnement S.A. & Ors. “The trucks litigation is one of the most significant follow-on damages cases being heard in the English courts”, said The Lawyer, “Lining up to defend the manufacturers from further damages are some of biggest names in litigation.”
In 2018 the aforementioned bearings cartel was pinpointed by The Lawyer as one of their Top 20 Cases to watch. The case ultimately settled before trial.