Loïc Henriot is a partner in the firm’s Paris office. His practice focuses on complex civil and commercial litigation, as well as white collar defense. He has advised on internal investigations and matters relating to fraud, insider trading, stock market manipulation, and money laundering, and has extensive trial experience across multiple jurisdictions.
The Legal 500 has recognized Loïc in its Stock Market Litigation category, noting that he “is recommended for ‘sensitive cases’ thanks to his ability to ‘adjust to changes of pace and anticipate the evolution of a case, and to push clients to make bold moves when it is urgently needed’.”
Prior to joining the firm, Loïc founded Henriot Avocats, where he led internal investigations and advised on white collar defense matters. He previously practiced at Freshfields and at Davis Polk & Wardwell in the areas of M&A and Litigation in New York and Paris. He is fluent in French, English, and Italian.
Loïc Henriot is a partner in the firm’s Paris office. His practice focuses on complex civil and commercial litigation, as well as white collar…
Université de Jean Moulin (Lyon III) (DESS de Droit des Affaires et fiscalité 2001); Université de Jean Moulin (Lyon III) (Diplôme de Juriste Conseil en Entreprise, 2001)
In this C&G Client Alert, Loïc Henriot, Muriel Goldberg-Darmon, Louise Le Guilchet, and Magalie Jullien discuss Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament (the “Directive”) on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law. The Directive is intended to establish common minimum standards among European Union countries to protect whistleblowers.
(Dans cette publication, Loïc Henriot, Muriel Goldberg-Darmon, Louise Le Guilchet et Magalie Jullien présentent la directive (UE) 2019/1937 du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 23 octobre 2019, qui a vocation à établir des normes minimales communes entre les pays de l’Union européenne pour la protection des lanceurs d’alerte, et analysent les différences qu’elle présente avec le régime de protection des lanceurs d’alerte issu de la Loi Sapin 2.)
Paris partner Loïc Henriot and associate Magalie Jullien review the new French law regarding the protection of trade secrets in their latest C&G Client Alert:
On July 30, 2018, the French law n°2018-670 regarding the protection of trade secrets (the “Law”), implementing the Directive 2016/943 (the “European Directive”), was promulgated after being examined by the French Constitutional Council (Conseil constitutionnel). Read more.