Benjamin Grundler is specialized in white-collar crime and financial criminal law. He assists and advises french and international clients in criminal proceedings.
He graduated from the London School of Economics “L.S.E” (Master in law) and the Pantheon-Assas University (Master in European business law).
Benjamin Grundler has gained a solid education in business law prior to joining Metzner Associés criminal law firm in January 2006, where he practiced and specialized in white-collar crime.
In 2011, he co-founded the law firm “Visconti & Grundler” with Julien Visconti, a structure dedicated exclusively to white-collar crime and securities litigation.
Benjamin Grundler has represented clients or still intervenes in Lafarge, Dassault, Balkany or Oberthur cases. In the latter case, with EADS’s lawyers, he has obtained before the French Constitutional Court, the end of the double prosecution of market abuse cases. He also represented a State in various legal proceedings.
He also assists legal entities or individuals involving in criminal procedures notably in criminal law related to public sector or criminal labor law.
Lastly, Benjamin Grundler is regularly involved in cross-border cases, especially related to international bribery (Alstom, Petrobras, Société Générale/Libya cases…). Benjamin assists executives involving in internal investigations. Moreover he thought international corruption topic at de Paris Institute Of Political Sciences (Sciences Po) for 7 years.
He takes part often in conferences on these two topics.
Benjamin Grundler is “a superb counterpart to have on cases” according to market sources. He is credited for his wealth of experience on securities litigation and white-collar crime” (Who’s Who Legal 2019)
Member of the International Bar Association
Member f the European Fraud and Compliance Lawyers
Member of the Cercle de la Compliance
Member of the DCF club