Pauline Faron

Pauline Faron

Senior Associate, Paris

Email pauline.faron@hoganlovells.com

Phone +33 1 53 67 47 47

Fax +33 1 53 67 47 48

LanguagesEnglish, French

Practice groupLitigation

Pauline Faron regularly assists clients facing both regulatory issues as well as pre-litigation and litigation claims arising in industries as diverse as technology, media, telecoms, e-commerce, energy and food & drink. 

As a senior associate in our Paris Litigation team, Pauline concentrates in product liability litigation and in claims arising from commercial contracts. Pauline's postgraduate degree in General Private Law from the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas has given her a deep knowledge of the rules governing tortuous and contractual liabilities. Thanks to her MBA in Business law and Management, Pauline is well-suited to assess and address the challenges faced on a daily basis by companies. 

Qualified under French law, Pauline also holds a Bachelor of Civil Law from University College Dublin, which gives her a better understanding of the legal systems applicable in other countries. 

Education and admissions

Education

MBA in Business Law and Management, University Panthéon-Assas Paris II, 2011

Postgraduate Degree in Private General Law, University Panthéon-Assas Paris II, 2010

Bachelor of Civil Law, University College Dublin, 2009

Court admissions

Paris

Representative experience

We assist one of the world leaders in online payments in a dispute launched on the ground of software counterfeiting and unfair competition.

We advise major companies selling alcoholic beverages on the conditions under which such beverages can be marketed, promoted and advertised in France.

We help a major can manufacturer finding practical solutions in response to the French ban of bisphenol A in food content packaging.

We assist clients on a regular basis in relation to tort, contractual and product liability claims.

We assist one of the world leaders in online payments in a dispute launched on the ground of software counterfeiting and unfair competition.

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