In recent years, all economic players have seen a number of new requirements imposed on them, thus facing increasing risks of “ethic regulation“: risk of damage to reputation, civil liability, implementation of coercive measures and even criminal prosecution.
Following on from earlier objectives of good communication, often framed by soft law, normative requirements, procedural, procedural and substantive requirements are forcing companies to be more vigilant.
It is through these new challenges of a new kind that Jeantet has set up a “Task Force” with a cross-cutting approach, with a historical expertise in administrative investigations. With a multi-jurisdictional experience and a recognized international network, Jeantet intervenes in an integrated way on all sensitive areas (governance, corporate Law, business criminal Law, human rights, environment, labour Law, competition Law, stock exchange Law, banking Law, protection of personal data).
Jeantet is able to intervene both in the full implementation of compliance plans and in control procedures or possible sanctions. Jeantet can also advise you on the civil or criminal procedures involved by proposing a “full service” offer, enabling companies to control the increase in the risks of non-compliance in:
Based on our practical experience and understanding of your business, our services are built around two fundamental and intrinsic pillars of risk management:
The fight against corruption
The duty of vigilance
Our approach breaks down into 4 key steps:
Our “Ethics and Compliance” team also has an exclusive partnership with Zimeray Finelle, the only law firm in France specializing in Business Human Rights.
François Zimeray, worked for more than 20 years in the Jeantet law firm before becoming French Ambassador in charge of Human Rights, then French Ambassador to Denmark. He was also a Member of the European Parliament.