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60 rue Saint-Lazare
75009 Paris

Navacelle is a firm based in Paris and specialized in white collar defense, arbitration and litigation, risk mitigation, investigations & compliance with a global reach.

Our lawyers are cherry-picked, trained to the highest professional and ethical standards to confidently address the most complex cross-border matters. We work in six languages, over four continents, relying on likewise thinking firms to compete with the best worldwide.

For over a decade, the team has advised and assisted clients in multi-jurisdictional criminal prosecutions, civil and administrative enforcement authorities, tackling parallel investigations, criminal judicial cooperation, protection of individuals’ rights and handling of evidence.

Our team also handles arbitrations & international dispute resolutions and carries out tailored solutions to complex situations which can arise out of commercial disputes – whether litigation or arbitration, in cross-border matters.

In addition, we advise and assist boards, committees and management facing tough calls while setting up, reviewing, and testing ethics & compliance programs. In addition to legal liability, the firm advises on issues of conflicts of interests, independence, reporting and transparency along with reputational risk.

Navacelle carries out investigations aimed at assessing the appropriateness of systems and controls in place and offer training tailored to clients’ needs.

The team publishes or participates regularly in arbitration publications, like recently:
• Addressing corruption allegations in international commercial arbitration and investment arbitration – International Bar Association (October 2022)
• Jurisdiction and powers of international arbitral tribunals when dealing with allegations of corruption - International Bar Association (September 2022)
• When arbitration and compliance meet up: analysis of their first interplay - International Bar Association (March 2022)
• Arbitration and Corruption: What type of control do judges have over arbitration awards? – International Review of Compliance and Business Ethics (December 2021)