Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier > Paris, France > Firm Profile

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier
75116 PARIS

France > Administrative and public law Tier 1

Headed by one of France’ s most prestigious public law experts in Henri Savoie, Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier's practice is entrusted by many of the country’s leading companies and operators to handle their upmost strategic or one-of-a-kind files. The team regularly advises clients on high-stakes regulatory and public procurement matters pertaining to major infrastructure assets, notably in the urban transport and energy sectors. It also frequently advises on foreign investment authorisation and regulatory issues linked to high-profile M&A transactions, while the team’s top litigation credentials also earns it mandates on top regulatory and contract execution and performance disputes (including in the telecoms and rail transport sectors). Counsel Jean-Baptiste Aubert  and senior associate Guillaume Griffart are other names to note.

Practice head(s):

Henri Savoie

Other key lawyers:

Jean-Baptiste Aubert; Guillaume Griffart


‘The team has in-depth knowledge of French public law. Their recommendations are very precise and clear. They never lose sight of a bigger picture, even when dealing with multifaceted and intricate cases. Work is always appropriately allocated between senior and junior team members, ensuring great value for clients.’

‘Henri Savoie is very experienced. In court hearings, he is concise, clear, with great flow and impact. In addition to his utmost professionalism, he is a delight to work with.’

‘Jean-Baptiste Aubert quickly captures the essence of any issues and takes into account all aspects of a problem in his advice.’

‘Very efficient and responsive team. Concern for finding the most effective legal solution. Very pleasant.’

‘The team led by Henri Savoie is of a high-quality. Henri Savoie in particular is keen to get involved and be proactive.’

‘The best public law team in Paris, with a high-level view of subjects and practices of the French State.’

‘The team has extraordinary expertise in the area of foreign investment law. They are also extremely practical and highly responsive. The team is consistently able to come up with commercial solutions for complicated legal issues.’

‘Henri Savoie and Guillaume Griffart are very knowledgeable and responsive.’

Key clients



Bouygues Telecom

SNCF Réseau


Caisse des dépôts et consignations

La Poste


Edizione (Benetton Family)


Île-de-France Mobilités

Agence des participations de l’Etat

Mercedes-Benz Group AG


Crédit Mutuel Arkéa

Groupe Lucien Barrière



Ligue de football professionnel

Naval Group


Technip Energies


CCI Nice Côte d’Azur

Thermo Fisher

Akiolis Group


Groupe Duval

Beyond Meat


Work highlights

  • Assisting EDF in claims challenging the regulation requiring this company to supply an additional 20 TWh of electricity at a price set by regulation to eligible suppliers for the period from April to December 2022 within the framework of regulated access to historic nuclear electricity (ARENH).
  • Assisting to Bouygues Telecom in multiple legal actions related to the cybersecurity of 5G networks.
  • Advising SNCF Réseau on ongoing litigations concerning the performance of the SEA high-speed railway line concession agreement.

France > Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier is a highly established name in the field of commercial and corporation litigation, retained by many of France’s leading companies as well as international companies and investment funds to assist with their most challenging cases. The team regularly acts in several of France’s most high-profile commercial disputes including in the telecoms and retail sectors. The team’s corporate and M&A litigation know-how, which perfectly matches the firm’s top M&A practice, also ranks among the elite in that area, while its ability extends to follow-on damages claims, product liability and insolvency-related cases. The team is headed by Cyril Bonan and includes Paris bar authority Jean-Michel Darrois, and the highly regarded Matthieu BrochierNicolas Mennesson and Julie Pasternak.

Practice head(s):

Cyril Bonan


‘Competent, efficient team. ’

‘Excellent team, effectiveness of legal argument.’

‘Very complete team, excellent in stock-market litigation, commercial litigation and business criminal litigation. Very good knowledge of the courts. One of the best teams on the market. Jean-Michel Darrois is a priceless asset given his analytical finesse and his aura in the judiciary.’

‘Very strong intellectually, strategically savvy, deliver excellent results and handle clients brilliantly. ’

‘Matthieu Brochier – top level, classy, ​​sober and efficient. Excellent knowledge of the economic world and its stakeholders.’

‘It is a team of excellence, perfectly structured, capable of managing even the most complex disputes in an emergency. Impeccable in every way.’

‘Matthieu Brochier: great mastery of litigation and criminal law issues, impeccable ethics, great technical mastery and available.’

‘One of the best Parisian litigation teams.’

Key clients



Bouygues Telecom

Brad Pitt





Crédit agricole







Laboratoires Filorga Cosmétiques

Lagardère SA


Pari Mutuel Urbain (PMU)

Roquette Frères




Work highlights

  • Acting for Bouygues Telecom in its appeal against a ruling of the Paris Commercial Court awarding Free Mobile €308 million in damages as part of a series of disputes brought by Free Mobile against its competitors and their so-called “subsidised” smartphones.
  • Successfully represented Vivendi in a French class action before the Paris commercial court (“Tribunal de commerce de Paris”) for compensation for a stock market loss of more than 2 billion euros claimed by a hundred investment funds and institutional investors.
  • Advised Daimler in several actions brought before French courts by alleged victims of the truck cartel.

France > Dispute resolution: Stock market litigation Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier has a strong understanding of publicly listed companies as embodied by its impressive client roster, which includes many of the country’s CAC 40 companies. The firm’s stock-market litigation practice is a perfect match to its leading M&A expertise as it is systematically retained to handle subsequent stock-market disputes relating to public M&A. The team is also entrusted to deal with sensitive shareholders’ conflicts and corporate governance issues, while its caseload also includes high-profile stock-market breach cases such as price manipulation and communication of false financial information. Matthieu Brochier and Nicolas Mennesson are both top-notch, while the M&A partners also regularly contribute. Associate Wenceslas Le Chevalier is also noted.

Practice head(s):

Cyril Bonan


‘We consider Darrois to be the leaders of the field in stock market litigation. As a firm, they have such a strong corporate practice and client base, stock market disputes is a real area of strength and an area that they naturally excel.’

‘Matthieu Brochier is an outstanding litigator and a true leader in the field of stock market litigation.’

‘Highly knowledgeable, with great understanding of the regulatory landscape and good commercial, practical and strategic insight.’

‘Matthieu Brochier is a superb operator and deep thinker.’

‘Excellent, extensive experience in shareholder and stock-market disputes. Among the best in Paris’.

‘The team brings tremendous dedication to client service together with a collection of supremely committed and talented individuals. Their creativity, thoroughness, thoughtfulness and responsiveness distinguish them among their competitors. An excellent choice for M&A-related disputes in the French market.’

‘First-rate expertise in stock market law, whether in litigation or stock market transactions, and extensive experience in complex and international cases. The team of lawyers constituted for a case depends on the particularities of each case and may include lawyers from different departments of the firm who work in perfect symbiosis.’

‘Matthieu Brochier gives clear strategic advice in complex matters. He knows how to adopt an aggressive and effective defense strategy but also recommends transactional solutions when it is the right time.’

Key clients




Crédit Agricole




Lagardère SA





Tullett Prebon

Unibail-Rodamco Westfield


XPO Logistics

Tullett Prebon

Unibail-Rodamco Westfield


XPO Logistics

Work highlights

  • Advised the ad hoc committee of the EDF Board of Directors in connection with the 9 billion euros takeover announced in July 2022 by the French State.
  • Successfully represented Vivendi in a French class action before the Paris commercial court (“Tribunal de commerce de Paris”) for compensation for a stock market loss of more than 2 billion euros claimed by a hundred of investment funds and institutional investors.
  • Advised several entities of the Credit Agricole Group in a collective action brought by the ADAM (“Association de défense des actionnaires minoritaires”).

France > Dispute resolution: White-collar crime Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier arguably houses the market’s most impressive business criminal practice and the diversity of its caseload is particularly remarkable. The team is retained by high-ranking executives and elected figures, as well top companies specialising in various industries, including accounting, retail, TMT, banking and manufacturing, which lead to a very busy caseload. It regularly deals with corruption and bribery allegations, and is also notably involved in several of the market’s landmark tax fraud and corruption cases. The team is also entrusted with cases raising new issues including concealed work accusations targeting internet platforms and allegations of complicity in crime against humanity made against corporations. The practice is headed by the remarkable Christophe Ingrain, who is supported by a team of associates including Paul Mallet, Tristan Gautier and Xavier Philips.

Practice head(s):

Christophe Ingrain


‘The firm’s criminal business team has excellent expertise, very good knowledge of the legal world and great availability. They have the capacity to offer innovative and adapted solutions.’

‘Christophe Ingrain is an excellent and fine lawyer with a keen sense of legal strategy. Paul Mallet is a very promising, efficient and creative young lawyer.’

‘Great professionalism from the firm’s availability, efficiency and follow-up of files to its extremely competent lawyers.’

‘Christophe Ingrain: seriousness, rigor, high standards and also great humanity and unfailing availability.’

‘Responsiveness, competence and ability to intervene in complex situations.’

‘Christophe Ingrain: remarkable composure in all crises, attentive, extremely available, very experienced, a very collaborative approach, pragmatic. A very good working atmosphere at this firm, great respect for employees, a great team spirit and an ability to attract the best talents in the market, sharing the same values ​​of professionalism.’

‘The firm’s criminal business law team is one of the best.’

‘Christophe Ingrain is a meticulous and thoughtful lawyer, he is capable of managing complex cases and proposing innovative strategies. Paul Mallet always gives good advice and knows perfectly the issues and problems of criminal proceedings for a company.’

Key clients



CNAJMJ (National Council of Judicial Administrators and Representatives)

Cheikh Suhail BAHWAN

Adrien FALCON (former general manager of Deliveroo)


LafargeHolcim & Lafarge SA

International Olympic Committee




CCI Nice Côte d’Azur



Guillaume LAMBERT

Sanef Group


Nathalie RHEIMS

François BAYROU

Work highlights

  • Representing LafargeHolcim and Lafarge SA (a listed company) in a criminal investigation launched for complicity in crimes against humanity, financing of terrorist enterprises and the endangering of lives regarding the Syrian activities of the construction group.
  • Assisting Cheikh Suhail Bahwan in the French criminal investigation related to the alleged misappropriation of funds at Renault / Nissan by former Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn.
  • Assisting Nicolas Sarkozy, former French President, in two criminal proceedings related to the financing of his presidential campaign in 2007 and suspicions of witness tampering and criminal association.

France > EU, competition and distribution Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier has a strong track record in cases across all the key pillars of EU and competition law, covering antitrust litigation, merger control, private enforcement actions and state aid matters. In particular, the firm stands out for its expertise in high-profile merger control cases before the European Commission; this is reflected in its recent workload, which includes advising Lagardère in relation to a complex phase II investigation. Another of the team’s core strengths lies in follow-on damages litigation, representing both claimants and defendants in significant cases before the French courts. Didier Théophile has an excellent reputation in antitrust matters in heavily regulated sectors, such as telecoms, media and technology, while Guillaume Aubron and Constance Bocket are also highly sought-after advisers.

Practice head(s):

Didier Théophile

Other key lawyers:


‘Very professional, very responsive, forward-thinking team. They fight for their clients’ interests but are still ready to compromise. Excellent knowledge of the files and very sensitive about critical topics.’

‘Very extensive team made up of lawyers with different levels of experience. Solid technical expertise, particularly on telecoms subjects. Great responsiveness and speed in delivering requests. Good interpersonal skills with internal lawyers and operational staff. Smooth communication. Women are well represented in the team.’

‘Didier Théophile has high-quality technical expertise and very good interpersonal skills.’

‘Guillaume Aubron has very good technical expertise and very good knowledge of the telecoms sector. He is responsive and has a good sense of how things work.’

‘Constance Bocket is responsive, proactive and has very good interpersonal skills.’

‘Exceptional experience in competition law (French and EU). Responsive. Good reputation.’

‘Didier Théophile is just outstanding!’

‘Great experience and dedication, actionable advice.’

Key clients




Bouygues/Bouygues Telecom




Elior Group

Galeries Lafayette



La Poste


Lov Group

Renault Trucks

Société Générale/ALD


Work highlights

  • Advising Société Générale and ALD on merger control issues in the context of ALD’s acquisition of LeasePlan.
  • Representing towerCast in the context of the landmark ruling issued by the Court of Justice of the European Union in which it held that Article 102 TFEU permits an ex-post control, at national level, of concentrations of undertakings with a non-Community dimension.
  • Defending Daimler in multiple actions brought before French courts by alleged victims of the trucks cartel and, in the only case decided on the merits to date, obtained the dismissal of all the claimant’s claims.

France > Insolvency Tier 1

The insolvency division of Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier maintains its distinguished reputation in the market, known for its adept handling of intricate transactions and legal disputes, including distressed M&A, asset takeover proposals, and litigation. Led by François Kopf, the team stands out for its combined proficiency in advisory and litigation matters. With extensive experience in restructuring transactions and high-profile insolvency proceedings, Kopf serves a diverse client base, including debtors, managerial stakeholders, investors, and parties involved in judicial liquidations. The department’s success is further bolstered by Mathieu Della Vittoria, co-head of restructuring and insolvency, who is recognised for his expertise in distressed litigation and courtroom experience, supported by a deep understanding of civil and commercial procedures.

Practice head(s):

François Kopf

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

Creditors’ representatives of Orpea

Financière Immobilière Bordelaise (FIB)


Marne et Finance


CNIM Groupe

Creditors’ representatives of Getir, Frichti and Gorillas

Court receivers and creditors’ representatives of Rangers Sécurité


Mr. Etienne Binant (former CEO of Biom’Up)



NG Promotion

Succession Amon

IFH – Interfaces

Creditors’ representatives of Comexposium

Work highlights

  • Advised Orpea’s creditors’ representatives during the accelerated safeguards proceedings of the company, resulting in the restructuring of its debt of nearly ten billion euros and the granting of nearly two billion euros of new financing.
  • Advised JouéClub on the takeover of the “La Grande Récré” distribution network, (220 shops in France and abroad, 750 employees).
  • Advises Financière Immobilière Bordelaise (FIB group), that owns significant real estate properties in France and has developed in the hotel and retail sectors, in the context of its ongoing in-court insolvency proceedings.

France > Mergers and acquisitions Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier has an impressive track record and acts for leading French companies, banks and financial institutions on their largest and most strategic domestic and global transactions. The team is particularly skilled at dealing with large publicly listed transactions and contested takeovers. It recently worked on a groundbreaking deal concerning the squeeze of one of France’s most high-profile companies by the French state. The team’s strong ranks include the highly experienced Bertrand CardiPierre Casanova,  Hugo Diener, Olivier Huyghues Despointes, Christophe Vinsonneau and Laurent Gautier. Of note, Cécile de Narp was promoted to partner in 2023. Marcus Billam left the firm.

Practice head(s):

Bertrand Cardi


‘An incredible team of talented lawyers, offering spotless, business oriented and straight to the point services. They provide insightful advise on all domains.’

‘Bertrand Cardi is reliable, innovative, understands the business of his clients and provides clear answers.’

‘Extremely creative and rigorous team’.

‘Very good technical knowledge’.

‘Olivier Huygues Despointes: very good technical knowledge’.

‘Availability, high technique’.

‘Darrois’ M&A practice occupies a privileged position in the French and the global legal market. They show powerful dedication to client services, creativity, best-in-market legal knowledge and a practical approach that make the firm a powerhouse.’

‘The team’s dedication to their clients is unparalleled. Bertrand Cardi, Pierre Casanova and Olivier Huyghues Despointes stand out for their energy and commitment to clients, their creative approach to M&A practice and their collaborative approach with other co-counsels around the world.’

Key clients



Banque Postale




Europcar Mobility Group


Ligue de Football Professionnel

Société Générale


Work highlights

  • Advised Kering on the acquisition of a € 1.7 billion stake in Valentino.
  • Advised Société Générale in connection with the €5 billion acquisition of LeasePlan
  • Advised Bouygues in connection with the €7 billion acquisition of Equans from Engie.

France > Tax Tier 2

The tax practice at Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier is well regarded for its involvement in large public M&A transactions in France, including privatisations and contested takeovers. The team can regularly be seen assisting with matters related to mergers, spin-offs, restructurings, joint ventures, as well as finance and real estate transactions. Vincent Agulhon is highlighted for his tax expertise in M&A transactions, structured finance and real estate investments. Agulhon jointly leads the practice alongside real estate tax expert Loic Vedie and founding partner Alain Maillot.

Practice head(s):

Vincent Agulhon; Loïc Vedie; Alain Maillot

Other key lawyers:

Sophie Pages


‘Great availability, perfect mastery of subjects, excellent team collaboration, Great capacity for advice and not just presentation of issues.’

‘Excellent technical skills on French tax aspects combined with an ability to explain sometimes complex issues in a simple and commercial manner. ’

‘Vincent Agulhon and Loic Vedie are leaders in tax practice and great professionals.’

‘Very professional, decisive and committed. Very high technical capacity to deal with very complex transactions. ’

‘Vincent Agulhon and Sophie Pages. They are very close, empathetic and decisive. They solved complex situations and had the ability to share the solution in a very clear way.’

‘In my opinion, the team stands out for its involvement and its great ability to find innovative solutions.’

Key clients

Bellon SA






Castillon SAS (Devoteam)

Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance

Elior Group

Flying Whales

Groupe HN6

Groupe Lucien Barrière

Groupe Perrotin

Groupe TF1 No

H&A Barrel Management


Inmobiliaria Colonial


Malakoff Humanis

Michel Reybier Group

Milleis Banque



Professional Football League

Robertet Groupe


Société générale

Société Générale & ALD


The Blackstone Group real estate investment fund

Tikehau Ace Capital



Weinberg Capital Partners

France > Banking and finance: Bank regulatory Tier 3

At Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier, the public law and regulatory team handles strategic regulatory issues linked top M&A deals involving top banks and financial institutions including advising on ACPR and prudential clearing. It also provides guidance to French and international credit institutions on various banking regulation. Henri Savoie, counsel Jean-Baptiste Aubert and associate Guillaume Griffart are the key contacts.

Practice head(s):

Henri Savoie


‘The regulatory team at Darrois combines great knowledge and practical applicability in their approach to complicated matters. It is a pleasure to work with them.’

 ‘High availability.’

 ‘A very available and competent team.’

 ‘Henri Savoie is an excellent lawyer and truly oversees a matter in all its complexities.

‘Guillaume Griffart is a pleasure to work with and knowledgeable beyond his years of experience.’

‘Very efficient and solution orientated; pragmatic approach; very responsive.’

‘Guillaume Griffart is very clear, pragmatic, and has good technical knowledge.’

Key clients

Société Générale



La Banque Postale

Fédération nationale du Crédit Agricole/Crédit Agricole SA

Crédit Mutuel Arkéa

Milleis / AnaCap

SAS Rue La Boétie

Crédit Logement

Work highlights

  • Advising on the acquisition by ALD of LeasePlan for 4.9 billion euros.
  • Advising on the reorganization of the partnership between CACF and Stellantis in the leasing sector.
  • Advising SAS Rue La Boétie on the increase of interest in Crédit Agricole SA’s share capital.

France > Dispute resolution: International arbitration Tier 3

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier's compact team is entrusted by leading French corporations and international groups to assist predominantly with commercial arbitration disputes. The team often handles cases concerning complex international corporate transactions and joint ventures spanning France, Europe and Africa. It is also currently involved in a number of disputes linked to bankruptcy issues and is managing a particularly large case concerning a prominent Nigerian hydroelectric project. Its exequatur know-how particularly stands out with the firm routinely handling complex set aside and award annulment cases before French courts, notably raising major international public order concerns or issues linked to the Russian-Ukraine war. Laurent Aynès and Carine Dupeyron are the practice co-heads.

Practice head(s):

Laurent Aynès; Carine Dupeyron


‘Very experienced and highly specialized in what they do ’.

‘Carine Dupeyron is extremely bright, efficient and user friendly. She forms an outstanding team with Laurent Aynès, each of whom brings expertise and a different perspective on the files they handle.’

‘Very experienced. They provide solution-oriented advice to clients. They are very collaborative. ’

‘Carine Dupeyron is very detail-oriented, and her analytical skills are truly impressive. She has a deep understanding of complex legal issues, and a great ability to craft persuasive arguments. Her ability to navigate cross-border legal complexities and work effectively in international teams in a collaborative manner is truly commendable.’

Key clients




Banijay Group

Hydro Construction & Eng. Co. Ltd.

Kout Food Group

Sunrise Power and Transmission Company

Work highlights

  • Representing Kuwaiti group Kout Food Group in a judicial proceeding before the French Cour de Cassation seeking to quash a decision of the Paris Court of Appeals that rejected a request to annul an ICC arbitral award, rendered in favor of a Lebanese company.
  • Representing Veolia Propreté and a subsidiary of Veolia Environnement, against the Republic of Italy in an ICSID investment arbitration initiated in June 2018 based on the Energy Charter Treaty.
  • Representing Sunrise Power and Transmission Company, a Nigerian consulting company, against Nigeria and Sinohydro in an ICC arbitration relating to the withdrawal by Nigeria of the award of a contract for the construction of the Mambilla Project, one of the biggest hydroelectric projects in Nigeria and Africa.

France > Industry focus: Energy

Helmed by Henri Savoie, Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier‘s public law and regulatory team is equipped to handle advisory and contentious matters, with regulated electricity sale tariffs and electricity interconnectors among the unit’s areas of strength.

The firm: Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier A.A.R.P.I. is a highly specialised firm of about 70 lawyers concentrating on two distinct, but often related, activities: complex corporate and financial operations and dispute resolution. The firm, founded in 1987, advises and acts with respect to: M&A; tender offers and tender offer defences; company reorganisations; stock exchange, company law and governance; private equity transactions and privatisations, merger control and antitrust advice, related transactions with governmental bodies and administrations, compliance services, tax structuring, financing and restructuring. The firm handles high-profile and complex litigation and arbitration matters.

The firm is frequently involved in mergers and reorganisations of major multinational enterprises, and has handled many unusually complex combinations in regulated industries. It maintains close client relationships with leading multinational groups, advising on investment and other strategies, and acting as transaction counsel. It does so either alone or in co-operation with leading independent firms in other jurisdictions, such as Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz in New York.

Notable recent matters include representing Technip in its US$13 bn merger with FMC, Groupe Casino in its €3.1bn sale of its business in Thailand, its €1bn sale of its business in Vietnam and the reorganisation of its Brazilian business, Bouygues Télécom in its failed combination with Orange and Accor in its M&A transactions, including the recent acquisition of Fairmount Hotels.

Areas of practice
Mergers and acquisitions: the firm advises on major acquisitions, securities regulation matters and corporate financial transactions. From its early landmark tender offer matters and through a succession of transactions, including litigated tender offers, the firm has consistently been involved in the major corporate events in its marketplace.

Capital markets: the firm often advises on the financial aspects and structures involved in corporate transactions, including advice concerning the conception, documentation and implementation of securities issues in the capital markets in France as well as elsewhere in Europe and North America.

Corporate and tax: through its involvement with combinations and reorganisations of enterprises, the firm is often called upon to advise on French and international investment and tax structures, and to co-ordinate the creation and implementation of such structures. The firm’s clients for such advice also include investment funds from various countries and selected individual and family group investors.

Litigation and arbitration: throughout its history, the firm has been involved in high-profile litigation and arbitration. Much relates to corporate/M&A, securities and capital markets; it also extends to complex civil and commercial disputes, defence and aerospace matters, construction disputes, and to criminal litigation, including defence of corporate officers and directors.

Competition and regulatory: the firm regularly advises on competition and other European aspects of transactions, handles matters related to cartels and abuses of dominant position, and intervenes with and makes submissions to applicable national and European authorities.

Banking and finance: the firm advises on acquisition and leveraged financing, syndicated loans and debt restructuring; representing financial institutions, corporate borrowers, private equity funds and other investors.

Privatisation and public law: the firm handles privatisation and related transactions involving enterprises controlled by the state and governmental entities, and has advised the French government and state entities on a number of major transactions. The firm advises clients on public procurement, delegation of public services and other administrative contracts.

Restructuring: the firm advises on restructuring and high-profile insolvency proceedings representing managers, shareholders, investors and other actors in restructuring proceedings.

Department Name Email Telephone
M&A and capital markets Marcus Billam
M&A and capital markets Bertrand Cardi
M&A and capital markets Benjamin Burman
Public law and privatisation matters Henri Savoie
Competition and regulatory Didier Théophile
Competition and regulatory Igor Simic
Banking and finance Martin Lebeuf
Criminal business law Jean-Michel Darrois
Criminal business law Christophe Ingrain
Litigation and arbitration Emmanuel Brochier
Litigation and arbitration Laurent Aynès
Litigation and arbitration Cyril Bonan
Private equity Alain Maillot
Private equity Bertrand Cardi
Private equity Benjamin Burman
Tax Vincent Agulhon
Restructuring François Kopf
Photo Name Position Profile
Carine  Dupeyron photo Mrs Carine Dupeyron Partner – International Arbitration, Civil and commercial litigation, Compliance.
Number of lawyers : 70 approx
Contacts : Martin Lebeuf
Contacts : Cyril Bonan