Aloïs Blin

Member of the Paris Bar and partner at TALMA Dispute Resolution.

His practice focuses on white-collar crime and commercial and corporate litigation. He also assists his clients in internal investigations and compliance matters.

Aloïs Blin has developed a cutting-edge expertise in labor criminal law (manslaughter and unintentional injuries, safety and environmental offenses, harassment), in corruption and related offenses (influence peddling, illegal taking of interest, etc.), in financial criminal law (fraud, misuse of corporate assets, money laundering, tax fraud, etc.), in media law (defamation and libel) as well as in public health matters.

He also acts as counsel in corporate and commercial litigation, including in international arbitration. 

Prior to founding TALMA Dispute Resolution in 2022, Aloïs Blin worked with some of the leading names in white-collar crime, including Pierre-Olivier Sur, former Chairman of the Paris Bar Association (FTMS law firm).

Aloïs Blin is a graduate of EDHEC Business School and Paris-Saclay University (Master 2 in Business Law). He is fluent in French and English.

His most recent cases include:

  • counsel to an executive of a French food company in an internal investigation relating to alleged acts of complicity in war crimes and crimes against humanity in Central Africa;
  • co-counsel to the French Drugs Safety Agency (ANSM) during the landmark Mediator trial (biggest pharma law case in France);
  • counsel to a company’s manager in a case of money laundering and VAT fraud at European level;
  • counsel to a former director of public affairs of a distribution group in the context of an internal investigation relating to suspected corruption;
  • counsel to a construction company in criminal proceedings for unintentional injuries and safety violations;
  • counsel to a logistics company in criminal proceedings for manslaughter;
  • counsel to a clinic director charged with mental harassment;
  • counsel to a manager of a German financial institution in the context of European seizures.