Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier > Paris, France > Firm Profile

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier
69 AVENUE VICTOR HUGO
75116 PARIS
France

France > Administrative and public law Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier ’s compact, but extremely high-level team advises an impressive client base and manages a highly prominent workload. The team is retained by many of France’s leading public or private sector operators, notably in the railway, telecoms, energy and media sector. It is entrusted with high-profile regulatory advisory work and litigation files, often raising high stakes for its clients. Working alongside the corporate team, the public law practice is also very experienced in handling key public law aspects connected to some of the market’s most prominent M&A transactions concerning strategic public sector infrastructures, such as recently the Suez-Veolia deal. The practice is also a reference for public aids and EU law issues. Another strong level of expertise lies in the public procurement contract and litigation area. For instance, the team is currently involved in several of France’s largest ongoing infrastructure and public procurement projects, notably in the railway sector and in port infrastructure. Practice head Henri Savoie is one of the most respected public law experts in France. He is ably support by counsels Patrick Mèle and Jean-Baptiste Aubert.

Practice head(s):

Henri Savoie

Testimonials

‘In-depth knowledge of French public law and of market’s practices. Their recommendations are very precise and clear in the most complicated circumstances. Work is always appropriately allocated between senior and junior team members.’

‘Henri Savoie, partner, is one of the most experienced lawyers I have ever met. In addition to his utmost professionalism, he is a delight to work with. Jean-Baptiste Aubert, senior associate, is a rising star. He quickly captures the essence of any issue.’

‘High-level firm.’

Key clients

Bouygues

Bouygues Telecom

SNCF Réseau

EDF

GRDF

Vinci Airports

Crédit Mutuel Arkéa

Groupe Lucien Barrière

TF1

Carrefour

Suez

RATP

La Banque Postale

Naval Group

Aquind

Devoteam

Agence des participations de l’Etat

Thermofisher

TechnipFMC et Technip Energies

CCI Nice Côte d’Azur

Groupe Infopro

Citeo

Work highlights

  • Assisting Bouygues Telecom in dealing with multiple legal actions challenging the new regulation relating to cybersecurity of 5G networks and in litigations concerning the roaming agreement between Orange and Free Mobile.
  • Advising SNCF Réseau on ongoing disputes concerning the performance of the SEA high-speed railway line concession agreement and the implementation of CDG Express project.
  • Advising Bouygues and TF1 on the media regulation aspects of the contemplated merger of TF1 and M6 Groups.

France > Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier ‘s first-class litigation practice is able to handle every type of high-stakes dispute. In line with the firm’s thriving M&A practice, the litigation team excels in the field of corporate and M&A litigation and is called upon by the most high-profile clients to deal with the market’s most high-end disputes, often involving landmark public M&A transactions such as the recent Suez-Veolia case. The team also manages an outstanding commercial caseload, representing various leading French companies, international corporations and investors in high-stakes disputes. Class action disputes, for example a highly sensitive matters in the healthcare sector, are another area of strength. The practice recently secured a significant first-instance proceedings victory for defendant Vivendi which was being sued by many investors in relation to stock market investments. High-stakes private enforcement cases in relation to previous antitrust condemnations are also handled. The stellar team is headed by Cyril Bonan and includes the legendary Jean-Michel Darrois and Emmanuel Brochier, as well as the excellent  Matthieu BrochierNicolas Mennesson and Julie Pasternak. Former of counsel François de Bérard left the firm in November 2021.

Practice head(s):

Cyril Bonan

Other key lawyers:

Jean-Michel Darrois; Emmanuel Brochier; Matthieu Brochier; Nicolas Mennesson; Julie Pasternak

Testimonials

‘The best law firm for litigation: it is haute couture. No firm is as connected on the market, and provides services of as good quality as this firm.’

‘Matthieu Brochier is an excellent professional, and his human qualities (availability, wit, humor) make it very pleasant to work with him. He has a lot of tact, shows absolute discretion, and has a real understanding of situations. He is a real asset for negotiations and transactions.’

‘The team is distinguished by an experience in litigation which is very reassuring for the client.’

‘Matthieu Brochier demonstrates remarkable listening and understanding. He is available and very fine in his analyses.’

‘Fixed price billing, known in advance and deadlines are respected.’

Key clients

Lagardère SA

Ligue de football professionnelle

LVMH

Rigoni

Safilo

Suez

Accor

Bertin Technologies

bioMérieux

BPCE

Bouygues

CNAJMJ

CNIM

Crédit agricole

Daimler

Danone

Europcar

Famille Costes

Fimalac Entertainment

Kelkoo

Kering

KKR

Korian

Matra Défense (Airbus’ subsidiary)

NHIS

NRJ

Sanofi

TDE

Vivendi

Webedia

Zhen Sun

Work highlights

  • Advised Suez on Veolia’s hostile takeover bid, notably on the aspects of stock market litigation.
  • Advised Lagardère SA on the negotiation of a settlement agreement with Amber Capital after several years of disputes.

France > Dispute resolution: Stock market litigation Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier is without a doubt one of the leading names in the field. The firm has an extensive track record of acting in the market’s most high-profile take-over battles, including in the landmark Suez-Veolia matter. The team is also well versed in advising high-profile listed French companies on governance issues and in shareholder activism matters. Additionally, the practice is sought after for high-profile short-seller cases and is experienced in defending companies and directors in a wide range of stock market abuse proceedings. The stellar team, led by Cyril Bonan, includes the prominent Jean-Michel Darrois, Emmanuel Brochier, Matthieu Brochier and Nicolas Mennesson.

Practice head(s):

Cyril Bonan

Testimonials

‘Unrivalled track record and expertise in stock market litigation.’

‘Matthieu Brochier is one of the leading litigators of his generation.’

‘The firm’s depth of knowledge and experience in stock market litigation in France is simply unparalleled. Their relationships with the regulators and the courts are second to none.’

‘Founding partners Jean-Michel Darrois and Emmanuel Brochier are incomparable, as are Cyril Bonan, Nicolas Mennesson and Matthieu Brochier.’

Key clients

Europcar

Lagardère SA

LVMH

Suez

bioMérieux

BPCE

Bouygues

Capgemini

Crédit Agricole

Korian

Rubis

Safran

Unibail-Rodamco Westfield

Vivendi

XPO Logistics

Work highlights

  • Advised Suez on Veolia’s hostile takeover bid, notably on the aspects of stock market litigation.
  • Successfully advised Vivendi on the proceedings before the Paris Commercial Court which rejected the claims for compensation brought by numerous institutional investors.
  • Advised Lagardère SA on the negotiation of a settlement agreement with Amber Capital after several years of disputes.

France > Dispute resolution: White-collar crime Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier remains among the best white-collar crime firms. The practice stands out through its stellar caseload, often acting for leading companies and high-profile individuals that turn to the firm for their most challenging matters. The variety of the caseload illustrates the team’s extensive range of expertise, spanning embezzlement, international corruption, bribery, tax evasion, money laundering, regulatory offenses, press law, international investigations and compliance. Proceedings arisen from accusations of complicity of terrorism and crimes against humanity are also handled. The firm is very active in public sector cases, including matters concerning high-ranking public servants and elected officials. It acts in several landmark cases pertaining to the political sphere and was recently chosen by incumbent justice minister Eric Dupond-Moretti to defend him in high-profile proceedings. Practice head Christophe Ingrain stands out as one of the finest experts in his field. He is supported by an excellent team including counsel Rémi Lorrain and associate Paul Mallet who are both highly praised. Founding partner Jean-Michel Darrois also contributes.

Practice head(s):

Christophe Ingrain

Testimonials

‘Christophe Ingrain is a top lawyer in business criminal law and an outstanding strategist. Rémi Lorrain, counsel, is an excellent lawyer with a surgical eye in analysing cases. A special mention to associate Paul Mallet, who is a very remarkable lawyer. available and with strong listening skills.’

‘This team is one of the best around. They have a perfect mastery of the legal and procedural issues specific to leading criminal cases.’

‘What sets the firm apart: the professionalism of the team; their understanding of digital and social media topics and their pragmatism.’

‘The lawyers who followed our case were particularly agile at understanding the context and the financial elements; they offered us a clear strategy with very well-argued points. We have felt confident and well supported since the start of the relationship. The case is still ongoing.’

‘The best team of the moment: very operational with at the same time a strong technical and prospective level.’

‘Christophe Ingrain has been able to combine his experience as a former magistrate and as adviser to the President of the Republic with his experience as a partner in the best business firm in the area. He remains attentive to colleagues and clients and leads with humanity and intelligence a fine team that includes the excellent Rémi Lorrain, a fine litigator.’

‘Christophe Ingrain, as a former magistrate, has a perfect knowledge of the judicial world. Rémi Lorrain (counsel) is one of the best business criminal lawyers of his generation, particularly on questions of criminal procedure where he excels.’

‘Paul Mallet is a top associate.’

Key clients

Eric Dupond-Moretti

UBS

LafargeHolcim & Lafarge SA

International Olympic Committee

Quadient

CCI Nice Côte d’Azur

EDF

La Banque Postale

Deloitte

Kering

Guillaume LAMBERT

Sanef

Mathieu GALLET (former CEO of Radio France)

Michèle ALLIOT MARIE (former Minister of Justice)

Nathalie Rheims

Work highlights

  • Representing Eric Dupond-Moretti in an investigation led by the French cour de justice de la République regarding alleged facts of illegal taking of interests.  
  • Representing LafargeHolcim and Lafarge SA in a criminal investigation launched for complicity of crimes against humanity, financing of terrorist enterprises and the endangering of lives regarding the Syrian activities of the construction group.
  • Defending the company contacted in the appeal proceedings of a high-profile tax evasion case.

France > EU, competition and distribution Tier 1

The antitrust and regulatory group at Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier continues to be a key player in the field, with major international corporates accounting for most of the work. Led by merger control authority Didier Théophile and backed by regulated sectors specialist expert Guillaume Aubron and counsel and cartel and unilateral conduct specialist Constance Bocket, the team covers antitrust litigation and advice, state aid matters at the EU and national levels and private enforcement actions. The group’s client base spans the IT, telecoms, media, hospitality, e-commerce and engineering industries.

Practice head(s):

Testimonials

‘Darrois is a unique firm that combines great technical competence with exceptional know-how and knowledge of the market. Close to their clients, they know how to support them from start to finish with full service.’

‘Didier Théophile has piloted numerous operations in connection with the competition authorities assisted by a very solid team. Guillaume Aubron, Constance Bocket: strong involvement in the subjects, very rigorous and demonstrating great writing skills.’

Key clients

Accor

Amazon

Bouygues

Bouygues Telecom

Daimler

EDF

Lagardère

La Poste

Société Générale

Sodiaal

Suez

Tech Data

TowerCast

Vivendi

Work highlights

  • Advising Suez in the context of its proposed takeover by Veolia.
  • Representing Tech Data in the context of an appeal before the Paris Court of Appeals following the FCA’s decision to fine Apple, Tech Data and Ingram Micro a total of €1.24bn.
  • Defending Daimler in multiple actions brought before French courts by alleged victims of the trucks cartel, which was sanctioned by the Commission in 2016.

France > Insolvency Tier 1

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier often represents debtors in their most challenging matters, regularly involving publicly listed companies and raising sophisticated financial issues. The practice has notably played a front role in several recent landmark cases such as assisting Europcar with its global restructuring. Lately, the team was also involved in strategic work in the retail and tourism sectors and acted on a high-profile matter regarding French TV football rights linked to the Covid-19 crisis. The team was also selected by the French state to assist with a highly political matter concerning maritime transport. The insolvency practice frequently joins forces with the M&A team and recently advised on several prominent asset takeover offers. Its related litigation caseload is also strong. Practice head François Kopf and Mathieu Della Vittoria are strongly recommended.

Practice head(s):

François Kopf

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

‘Complementarity and remarkable competence of the team.’

‘The team is available, easy to access and works with a real team spirit.’

‘François Kopf is a good professional who fiercely defends the interests of his client.’

‘They know how to work in a team, internally and with the client. The level of expertise is excellent, including when several legal specialties are necessary for the proper handling of the case. The team also demonstrates great moral rectitude.’

‘Clearly the leading firm in Paris for its expertise.’

‘François Kopf is the best! Skillful, fast, brilliant and efficient. Mathieu Della Vittoria is a future reference in the field.’

Key clients

Europcar Mobility Group

Compagnie de Saint-Gobain

CNIM Groupe

Carrefour

Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP)

Comité Interministériel de Restructuration Industrielle (CIRI)

OVH

Frans Bonhomme

Agence des Participations de l’Etat

Administrative receivers and creditors representatives (Maîtres Frédéric Abitbol, Marc Sénéchal, Christophe Basse, Charles-Axel Chuine, Hélène Charpentier)

Groupe Bernard Tapie

Greybull Capital/Olympus Steel 2 Limited

Batipart

Naxicap

Bauer Media France and CMI France

Apollo Global Management

Work highlights

  • Advised Europcar Mobility Group on its financial restructuring.
  • Advised Compagnie de Saint-Gobain on the sale of its subsidiary Lapeyre to listed German company Mutares.
  • Advised CNIM Groupe on its second financial restructuring.

France > Mergers and acquisitions Tier 1

Founded in 1987, Parisian firm Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier serves as a go-to for high-value transactions, frequently acting on deals with a multijurisdictional or sensitive domestic political component. The team boasts an extensive track record in major public M&A transactions, contested takeovers and prominent privatisations and through the respective expertise of practice co-heads Marcus Billam and Bertrand Cardi, is also equipped to support on joint venture, corporate governance, private equity and stock exchange law mandates. Also found within the team are Benjamin Burman and Olivier Huyghues Despointes; the former carved out a reputation for cross-border work, acting on both inbound and outbound transactions, in transactions as varied as the US, Brazil and Thailand, while the latter hones his focus on corporation operation, tender offer, public takeover and restructuring affairs.

Practice head(s):

Testimonials

‘DVMB is an exceptional firm in all its aspects.’

‘Marcus Billam, Jean-Baptiste de Martigny, Alexandre Durant are excellent lawyers, innovators, excellent knowledge of the market.’

‘Bertrand Cardi and Nicolas Mennesson are outstanding lawyers with a very practical and business-oriented mindset.’

‘Christophe Vinsonneau stands out for his qualities as a negotiator.’

‘An extremely expert and responsive, multidisciplinary team, demonstrating an undeniable sense of customer relationship, both in interpersonal relationships and in financial relationships.’

‘The availability of high-level managers in the firm is an undeniable asset. Bertrand Cardi and Christophe Vinsonneau perfectly combine expertise, quality of advice and customer relations.’

‘We have never experienced a combination of competence, deep client focus, intensity, commitment and clarity. We love the problem-solving, constructive approach.’

‘We would not been able to achieve the unique results we have achieved, without the extraordinary contribution of Benjamin Burman, whose skills, intensity and unrelenting professional involvement in all our major decisions.’

Key clients

Accor

BPCE

Bouygues

Europcar Mobility Group

Lagardère SCA

Société Générale

Suez

Tarkett

TF1

Unibail-Rodamco Westfield

Vivendi

Work highlights

  • Advised Suez on (i) its defense against the unsolicited offer from Veolia-Environnement (enterprise value of €22.3bn), (ii) the €1.6bn sale of its Australian business to Cleanaway and (iii) the acquisition by a consortium of investors of the French Water and recovery and recycling businesses of Suez SA as well as other international assets composing the new Suez for €10.7bn.   
  • Advised Bouygues on (i) the €7bn acquisition of Bombardier by Alstom and (ii) the €2.26bn business combination between TF1 and M6 and (iii) the approx. €700m acquisition of EI Telecom by Bouygues Telecom.
  • Advised BPCE Group on its public tender offer on Natixis’s shares followed by a mandatory squeeze-out, valued at €3bn.

France > Tax Tier 2

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier's tax team is a reference for high-profile M&A and real estate transactions. The tax practice works alongside the corporate team to handle some of the market’s largest M&A deals, including large private and public M&A transactions. For instance, the firm recently worked on France’s 2021 highlight transactions in the media sector. It is especially visible in strategic M&A deals and corporate tax work involving French leading companies. The team is also retained by leading international investors to assist with large property asset and portfolio transactions. The excellent Vincent Agulhon and Loïc Védie co-head the practice alongside Alain Maillot. Associate Sophie Pagès is also to be acknowledged.

Practice head(s):

Vincent Agulhon; Loïc Vedie; Alain Maillot

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

‘Strong collaboration with technical skills, responsiveness and commercially aware.’

‘Loïc Védie provides commercially useful tax advice.’

‘Great mastery of technical subjects, constant availability, excellent ability to synthesise a subject to facilitate client decision-making.’

‘Perfect communication between each member of the team, from the partner to the associates, a rather unique ability to filter the subjects to focus on the real key points so that the client can synthetically analyse the possible options and the associated risks. Vincent Agulhon and Loic Vedie are clearly two references in the profession.’

‘The team is very responsive on urgent matters, knows how to take the lead on purely fiscal questions. The team does not hesitate to be proactive in resolving the tax problems we encounter.’

‘Very analytic, with high capacity to analyse different scenarios and options, very accurate and professional, creativity and innovation.’

‘Vincent Agulhon and Sophie Pagès are very hard workers, with a lot of creativity and skills of providing the best advice. A lot of sincerity, and with high level of conviction power and capacities to defend the position in front of the tax administration. Very serious approach.’

Key clients

Accor

Banijay Group

Banques des Territoires (Caisse des dépôts et consignations)

Batipart

Blackstone

Bouygues

BPCE

British Steel

Brookfield

Carlyle

CCI de Nice

Devoteam

Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (Sciences Po)

Inmobiliare Colonial

Kering

KKR

La Redoute

Les Petits Chaperons Rouges LPCR

LOV Group

Malakoff Mederic

Northwood Investors

Pfizer

Roquette Frères

TF1

CNIM Groupe

CIAT

Société Générale

Sodiaal

Lagardère SCA

Saint Gobain

France Rail Industry

Westbrook

Work highlights

  • Advised Bouygues and TF1 on the merger project between TF1 and Metropole Television (M6).
  • Advised Inmobiliaria Colonial on the capital restructuring and asset exchange of Société Foncière Lyonnais, involving a public offering.
  • Advised Groupe BPCE on its successful public tender offer on Natixis’ shares followed by a mandatory squeeze-out.

France > Capital markets: debt capital markets Tier 3

Practice head(s):

Key clients

Bouygues

CNIM

Valeo

Vivendi

Work highlights

  • Advised Valeo on a €700m sustainability-linked notes issuance.
  • Advised Valeo on the introduction of an option to issue Green Bonds or Sustainable Linked Notes in its €5bn EMTN programme.
  • Advised CNIM Groupe on a €45m bonds issuance to Martin GmbH in connection with its financial restructuring.

France > Capital markets: equity capital markets Tier 3

Practice head(s):

Testimonials

‘Very competent, very imaginative, always looking for new relevant solutions.’

‘Lawyers are very available, responsive and to the point.’

Key clients

Baccarat

Bouygues

BPCE

Europcar Mobility Group

Lagardère

Unibail Rodamco Westfield

Work highlights

  • Advised Europcar Mobility Group on its €1,800m financial restructuring, including capital increases in a total amount of €1,383m (a €50m rights issue, a €200m share capital increase subscribed in cash by creditors and a €1,133m share capital increase subscribed by way of set-off against debts) and the issuance of 550m share subscription warrants.
  • Advised Unibail Rodamco Westfield in connection with its projected €3.5bn rights offering rejected by its sharehodlers.
  • Advised Bouygues on the sell-down of its stake in Alstom through three accelerated bookbuilt offerings for a total amount of ca. €2bn (2019 through 2021) and a ‘forward ABB’ for an amount of €462m.

France > Dispute resolution: International arbitration Tier 3

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier represents many CAC 40 companies as well as smaller companies and international investors and corporations. The practice is particularly visible in the defence, aviation, energy, waste and industrial sectors, mainly acting in ICC cases. The group’s ICSID expertise was required in a significant ICSID dispute regarding a public procurement concession. The practice manages a diverse caseload, including a high number of disputes pertaining to companies’ law. Led by professor Laurent Aynès and Carine Dupeyron, the practice also acts in complex exequatur cases raising jurisdiction and enforcement issues. Lately, the firm has also been appointed to act in several cases involving new bankruptcy law topics.

Practice head(s):

Laurent Aynès; Carine Dupeyron

Testimonials

‘Highly respected in the community.’

‘Carine Dupeyron is very knowledgeable and experienced; she finds pragmatic solutions in complex situations.’

‘Carine Dupeyron shows high availability and are working in close collaboration with other remarkable and valuable advisers in the context of international arbitration.’

Work highlights

  • Representing a Kuwaiti group, a major player in the restaurant industry in Kuwait, in judicial proceedings before the French Cour de Casssation seeking to overturn a decision of the Paris Court of Appeals that rejected a request to annul an ICC arbitral award rendered in favour of a Lebanese company.
  • Represented Veolia Propreté in an ICSID investment arbitration with the Republic of Italy, based on the Energy Charter Treaty.
  • Representing Sunrise, a Nigerian consulting company, in an ICC arbitration with Nigeria and Sinohydro 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.

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.

DepartmentNameEmailTelephone
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
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Carine Dupeyron  photo Carine Dupeyron Partner – International Arbitration, Civil and commercial litigation, Compliance.
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