Mathilde is an Avocate à la Cour (French qualified lawyer) and a Registered Foreign Lawyer, and primarily works in the Media Litigation group.
Mathilde assists on a variety of privacy and reputation management cases, representing both claimants and defendants, individuals and corporations. She also regularly assists in obtaining injunctions for celebrities, leading business figures and others, restraining breaches of privacy, and advises on confidentiality provisions within settlement agreements.
She is involved in anonymised matters relating to misuse of private information and harassment, and has experience in contentious and non-contentious intellectual property, information technology and data protection cases. Mathilde is currently working on various pre-publication and post-publication matters, and has recently secured a front page apology and compensation for a Member of Parliament over false allegations published in his constituency’s newspaper. She is part of the Carter-Ruck team dealing with cases involving the removal of information online and advising on the Data Protection Act 2018 and General Data Protection Regulation, and a commentary on this by Mathilde was published in the Times.
Mathilde is a member of the Paris Bar and of the Franco-British Lawyers Society and is practicing in England and Wales as a Registered Foreign Lawyer. She speaks fluent English, French and Italian.