Ashurst (Paris)

Claire Turgot

Ashurst (Paris)
Trainee Lawyer

Claire Turgot is a Trainee Lawyer at Ashurst in EU & Competition since January 2023. She holds a Master in Economic Law of the European Union from the University Panthéon Sorbonne.

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Alexandre Lacresse, Claire Turgot Dawn raids: The French Supreme Court considers that all items related to the subject of the investigation and located in or accessible from the premises designated by the judge may be seized (X)


In a decision rendered on February 21, 2023, the Criminal Division of the Court of Cassation revisits the conditions for the seizure of documents found on the premises visited but which do not belong to or are not available to the occupant of the premises. In this case, upon request of the (...)

Christophe Lemaire, Claire Turgot Judicial review: The French Constitutional Council considers that a decision that reject the commitments of the Competition Authority is in conformity with the Constitution, while considering that it is subject to appeal (Sony)


In a decision rendered on February 10, 2023, the Constitutional Council confirmed the constitutionality of article L. 464-2, I, paragraph 1, second sentence of the French Commercial Code and established the existence of a right of appeal against decisions to refuse commitments by the French (...)

Jacques Derenne, Claire Turgot Advantage: The General Court of the European Union annuls a decision of the European Commission not showing to the requisite legal standard the existence of a tax advantage in a tax ruling (Amazon)


On 12 May 2021, the Court of First Instance delivered two judgments concerning taxrulings granted by Luxembourg. Background One annulled the contested decision in the Amazon case at issue here, and the other dismissed the appeal in the Engie case ([ see, comm. J. Derenne & C. (...)


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