Mélanie Bruneau is a partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery and is based in the Brussels and Paris offices. Her practice focuses on advising clients a variety of industrial sectors, including transport, manufacturing, chemicals and IT on the legal aspects of their business activities, with a particular emphasis on regulatory compliance.
Mélanie advises large multinationals on all aspects of EU competition law and has significant experience in cartel investigations. Mélanie was also involved in the first cartel settlement and in the first hybrid cartel settlement before the European Commission.
Mélanie regularly advises clients, including trade associations and consortia, on global compliance programs regarding antitrust and performs internal audits and compliance trainings. She frequently advises on the rules and procedures governing State aid and EU public procurement directives. In terms of compliance, Mélanie advises on anti-corruption (including the OECD Convention, UK Bribery act and US FCPA) and on the anti-money laundering legislation
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mélanie Bruneau