Mr Guillaume SELNET > DS Avocats > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

DS Avocats
6 RUE DURET
75116 PARIS
France
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Work Department

Position

Partner

Career

A graduate in law and political sciences, Guillaume has been practicing for 20 years. He joined DS Avocats in 2019. His practice is focused on criminal, civil and commercial litigation. He handles complex litigation requiring the combination of multiple legal skills. He is active in various industries including construction, insurance, tourism & leisure and healthcare.

Languages

French, English

Education

– Sciences Po – Economic & Financial Section – 1995-1998
 
– EFB Law School – Certificate of Proficiency in the Law Society – 1997

– Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University – DEA, Business & Economics Law – 1996-1997

– University Paris X Nanterre – Master’s degree, Business Law – 1991 to 1995

Lawyer Rankings

Paris > Résolution des litiges > Contentieux commercial et de droit des sociétés

DS Avocats assemble une équipe d’une douzaine d’avocats qui agissent pour le compte de grands groupes, notamment spécialisés dans les secteurs des télécoms et de l’énergie. Le cabinet a récemment obtenu un important succès en appel pour son client EDF dans un litige aux enjeux majeurs et âprement disputé. La base de clientèle inclut des entreprises internationales, des banques et des assureurs. Orange est un client fidèle. La pratique est dirigée par Marie-Christine Mergny, qui est entourée de Bertrand PototXavier LacazeArnaud ConstantGuillaume Selnet et Romain Bourgade. Sandra Dorizon a quitté le cabinet.

France > Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

DS Avocats‘ 13-lawyer team regularly acts for some of France’s leading companies, notably in the telecoms and energy industries. The firm recently obtained a major success before the appeal court for key client EDF in a highly fought and high stakes dispute with Engie. Other key clients include Orange, as well as international companies, banks and insurers. Marie-Christine Mergny heads the practice. Also involved are Bertrand Potot, Xavier Lacaze, Arnaud Constant, Guillaume Selnet and Romain Bourgade. Sandra Dorizon left the firm.