Due to her interest in international law, Christelle Coslin advises global companies on a wide range of cross-border and mass tort litigation. For nearly 10 years, she has been helping businesses from the Technology Media Telecoms, Life Sciences and Energy industries with their commercial and product liability disputes. Christelle focuses her practice on building litigation strategies and providing concrete solutions to global businesses when they are involved in complex disputes involving multiple stakeholders. Based on the mass tort litigation she has worked on previously, she is perfectly matched to help you navigate the changing legal landscape in France, in particular in the context of the rise of class actions and the increased civil and criminal liability risks for companies.
She has long-standing experience in assisting major companies with any international law issues they may face, whether they relate to the determination of the court having jurisdiction, the choice of applicable law, the enforcement of foreign judgments in France and the coordination of French proceedings with litigation pending in other countries, in particular in the U.S. This includes helping with FNC motions or evidence gathering through the mechanisms of the Evidence Hague Convention and the application of the French Blocking statute, as well as the implementation of U.S. ediscovery requests in France.
Thanks to her understanding of the way global groups operate, Christelle handles internal investigations within her clients' organisation, whether the investigation was initiated by an authority or follows a whistle-blower complaint.
Areas of Focus
Advising a leading European household appliances manufacturer in connection with product liability claims.
Assisting a German company in proceedings initiated on the grounds of an alleged loss suffered in relation to the production of defective glue.
Assisting a leading American aircraft manufacturer in connection with proceedings arising from an aircraft accident.
Advising several clients in relation to the termination of agency contracts.
Assisting a leading manufacturer of construction machinery in connection with alleged non-compliances of its machines with safety regulations.