- Tax Controversy
Sandrine is in charge of the tax litigation department within the Firm.
Sandrine has 20 years of experience in tax matters. She became a tax inspector in 1997 and successively served as auditor and then editor in the litigation office of the legal department in the central administration.
She then turned to the administrative courts in 2009, first at the Administrative Court of Cergy-Pontoise and then at the Administrative Court of Appeal of Versailles. As a public rapporteur, she was in charge of issuing and delivering conclusions on cases involving the Department of National and International Audits (DVNI), the Department of Large Companies (DGE), the Department of Tax Control (Dircofi) and Ile-de-France and the Non-Resident Tax Department (DINR).
She also chaired the Departmental Commission for Direct Taxes and Sales Taxes of Seine-Saint-Denis and Hauts-de-Seine for several years.