As an associate in the Hogan Lovells Paris office, Cléa Dessault focuses her practice on commercial and civil litigation in the life sciences sector. She brings her experience in civil and commercial proceedings, notably in product liability, commercial disputes and life sciences regulations to pharmaceutical companies, biotech companies and medical devices manufacturers.
Cléa studied business law and common law at the Panthéon Assas University in Paris and in order to further understand the ins and outs, dynamics and organisation of a company, she studied at and graduated from the ESCP Europe business school before passing the Paris bar in 2014. Cléa actively participates in the Hogan Lovells Citizenship activities and notably organises events linked to promoting diversity in the Paris office. She also publishes articles in the firms' International Product Liability Review.
Defending TÜV Rheinland against liability claims resulting from allegedly inappropriate certification of breast implant manufacturer P.I.P.
We represent a medical device manufacturer in litigation in the defense of product liability claims against a medical device.
We advise a pharmaceutical company on criminal proceedings relating to counterfeited medicines.
Assisting a pharmaceutical company in litigation against the Economic Committee for Health Products ('CEPS') regarding the pricing of an orphan drug.
Assisting a pharmaceutical company in litigation in the defense of product liability claims against a medical device.