Stéphane de Navacelle, practicing in New York (2005) and Paris (2008), specializes in corporate litigation, predominantly in criminal law, internal investigations, and compliance. Navacelle represents clients against multijurisdictional criminal prosecutions, civil and administrative enforcement authorities, tackling parallel investigations, criminal judicial cooperation, protection of individuals’ rights, and handling of evidence. He advises entities in rolling out and auditing ethics and compliance programs; as such Stéphane de Navacelle was appointed Independent Compliance Monitor and Expert pursuant to negotiated resolution agreements by a European/International group with the World Bank (2018-2019).
Member of the Paris Bar Council (2017-2019), Mr. Navacelle is Secretary of the International Committee, of the criminal-prospective subcommittee, member of the Ethics committee on professional secrecy (of which he was Secretary) and of the Ethics committee on conflict of interest; he served as Ethics investigator. He was appointed Observer by the Prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR, 2009) in connection with cases sent to France, member of the board of directors of a French public interest Foundation (2010-2016) and Fellow of the American Bar Foundation (2016). He is a member of the independent committee on clerical abuse in France.