Hippolyte is a Partner at Allen & Overy in Paris and specialises in Criminal law. Before joining Allen & Overy, Hippolyte was a Partner at Chatain & Associés, a French boutique law firm specialised in Commercial and Criminal Litigation.
Hippolytes’s practice focuses primarily on complex white collar crimes issues. He regularly assists clients in the implementation of their compliance programs (anti-corruption, AML/FCT, market abuses, sanctions), within internal investigations and in the context of enforcement proceedings initiated by regulatory agencies.
Hippolyte regularly advises multinational groups as well as private individuals such as managing directors and high ranked individuals.
In addition to his criminal law experience, Hippolyte has also a strong expertise in media law and commercial litigation.
Hippolyte holds an L.L.M in Criminal Law, Intellectual Property Law, Media Law and Cultural Property from King’s College London.
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- The French Anti-Corruption Agency’s 2019 Report: Key Takeaways
- Part State-owned enterprises and Politically Exposed Persons
- “Strong and prompt enforcement” under Nikhil Rathi, new Chief Executive of the FCA
- The UK FCA shines a light on personal account dealing
- The French anti-corruption policy: more settlements with corporations and harsher prosecutions against individuals
The French Anti-Corruption Agency has published its annual report, setting out its main actions over the course of… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Nikhil Rathi, the new Chief Executive of the UK FCA in Autumn 2020, gave evidence last week to the Treasury Committ… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
The French Minister of Justice has issued a circular to prosecutors setting out the criminal policy in the fight ag… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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