Jones Day (Paris)

Akyurek Ozan

Jones Day (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Practicing in the area of commercial litigation, Ozan Akyurek assists clients on all issues relating to product liability, industrial risks, business torts, anticorruption, and white-collar crime. He advises international clients in issues related to litigation and prelitigation case management before French civil and criminal courts. Ozan is active in diverse industry sectors, including aviation, automotive, IT, transportation, and logistics, as well as steel, packaging, and retail. He is particularly involved in the aviation and airline industries and is part of the multidisciplinary team set up by the Firm. He has represented major manufacturers and airline companies in aviation litigation. Ozan also has substantial internal investigation and compliance experience. He recently acted on behalf of a leading chemical company and a U.S. pharmaceutical company in Turkey in conducting investigations focused on anticorruption matters. His recent experience also includes a criminal investigation related to alleged credit card fraud committed by the employees of a leading U.S. company in Morocco. In 2012, Ozan was seconded to the Firm’s Pittsburgh Office. During his secondment, he acquired substantial experience in product liability, insurance, and aviation law. In particular, he was part of the team representing The Sherwin-Williams Company in lead paint and pigment cases. Ozan has authored articles on litigation and regulatory matters, such as product liability and aviation law. His articles are published in French economic and legal publications. He also is a lecturer in law at the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense in international business law.

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Akyurek Ozan, Christian B. Fulda, Lamberto Schiona The Italian Supreme Court upholds the class action ruling of the Court of Appeal of Milan on misleading advertising (Voden)


The Situation: On January 31, 2018, the Italian Supreme Court ruled on the first Italian product-related class action promoted by a consumers’ association. The Result: The Court upheld the consumer’s class action claim regarding the unlawful advertising of a medical device. Looking Ahead: The (...)

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