Margaux Renard

Margaux Renard


Email [email protected]​

Phone +33 1 53 67 47 95

Fax +33 1 53 67 47 48

LanguagesEnglish, French, Spanish

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Margaux Renard is an Associate in our Paris litigation team and actively involved in the firm's Business and Human Rights Group.

With particular experience on cross-border and mass tort litigation, she focuses her practice on product liability and commercial disputes arising in the life sciences industry. Regularly assisting clients facing pre-litigation claims, she has developed an in-depth knowledge of amicable dispute resolution.

With a degree in Private Law, Margaux has strong skills on litigation techniques and procedural strategies. Her master's degree in business law from the University of Paris Dauphine has provided her with a solid understanding of business needs as well as a good level in economics and management. Her academic background allows her to grasp legal matters from several angles, a real asset in managing the ins and outs of a dispute.

While at the Paris Bar School, Margaux joined the firm's Paris-London internship program. This enabled her to complete a first internship in the Financial Services Disputes department in London and a second one in the Litigation department in Paris, at the end of which she joined the team.

Education and admissions


Master 2 in Business Law and Corporate Social Responsibility, University of Paris Dauphine, 2016

Master 1 in Business Law, University of Paris Dauphine, 2015

Degree in Private Law, University François Rabelais, 2014

Bar admissions and qualifications


Court admissions


Representative experience

Advising clients from a variety of industries on safety reporting obligations in France

Advising clients from a variety of industries on product liability issues

Assisting a US medical device manufacturer regarding claims filed by French consumers arising from his products’ defects (pre-litigation and litigation phases)

Assisting clients from the food industry on product safety issues and related obligations of notification to the French authorities

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