Stéphane Bonifassi was recognized by Chambers Europe for his work in White-Collar-Crime. See here.
In the case of Boris Berezovsky, Stéphane Bonifassi argues that Berezovsky’s previously confiscated chateau should be “allocated to compensate creditors harmed by [his] fraudulent actions.”
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In this article published by Gotham City, Stéphane Bonifassi shares his point of view on the Court of Cassation’s decision in the Wildenstein case.
As the highest court mandates a retrial in the Guy Wilderstein inheritance case, Stéphane Bonifassi explains how the defendants’ failure to comply with the declaratory obligation is likely to constitute tax evasion. Click here for the full article on TaxNotes.
Stéphane Bonifassi co-authored a chapter with colleague Sinem Paksüt for the Global Leader Group’s International Comparative Legal Guide – Sanctions 2021. The guide has been officially published and is available on the ICLG website. You can access the full guide here.
Stéphane Bonifassi advocates for the use of guilty pleas in criminal rape cases in France. Click here to access the commentary published by LeMonde.
Stéphane Bonifassi and Elena Fedorova explain the need for clarification and uniformity in the approach to corruption allegations in international arbitration in this article with the Global Arbitration Review. Read more
In this podcast, Stéphane Bonifassi and Victoire Chatelin sit down with Sundaraparipurnan Narayanan of Nexdigm to share their views on anti-bribery and corruption.
Stéphane Bonifassi was interviewed by La Lettre des Juristes d’Affaires for the creation of the working group of lawyers and the guidelines they wrote for French lawyers on internal investigations.