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Carbonnier Lamaze Rasle advises several major French public TV channels such as Arte and France Télévisions, with particular strength in advising clients the context of court proceedings launched following the broadcasting of TV programmes and documentaries. The practice recently defended France Médias Monde in defamation proceedings initiated by former Gabonese President Ali Bongo. Michel Rasle is in charge. Hedwige Caldairou is the other key member.
Carbonnier Lamaze Rasle has large resources that allow it to handle all types of litigation cases. The firm notably has solid expertise representing French and international banks in banking, commercial and corporate disputes. It also acts for families and companies in major M&A disputes, as well as dealing with commercial and criminal litigation. Edouard de Lamaze chairs the practice. Other key members include Jean-Hugues Carbonnier, Dorothée de Bernis, Fanny Desclozeaux, Jérôme Grand d’Esnon, Michel Rasle and criminal partner Eric Morain.
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The firm: Founded in 1986, Carbonnier Lamaze Rasle (CARLARA) advises executive managers, companies and financial institutions on strategic business law matters and litigation.
CARLARA’s unique organisation combines both practice area expertise and sectoral experience, in order to provide a practical and concrete approach to legal issues, taking into account the operational aspects of each client’s situation.
The firm’s longstanding client base, its thorough knowledge of the French financial and economic environment, and its key business players, have earned the firm a solid reputation in the French market.
With offices in Paris, Lyon, Lille, Brussels and Algiers, the firm includes over 70 lawyers who regularly form multi-disciplinary teams to best meet client needs.
Areas of practice: CARLARA advises on all aspects of business law and related litigation, and has a predominant number of clients in the banking and finance, industry and media sectors. It also has significant public law and compliance components, as well as expertise in competition and distribution law, white-collar crime, employment law, real estate law and construction.
In addition to its foreign offices, CARLARA is the co-founder of an international alliance, MARCALLIANCE, which allows the firm to advise and defend clients in their business affairs and litigation around the world. Moreover, several of the firm’s partners have significant international experience and are admitted to practice in jurisdictions abroad (New York, United Kingdom, Belgium), giving it a competitive edge for certain segments of international work typically handled by large global firms.
|Litigation and arbitration||Edouard de Lamaze|
|Litigation and arbitration||Jean-Hugues Carbonnier|
|Banking and finance||Edouard de Lamaze|
|Banking and finance||Fanny Desclozeaux|
|Corporate||Constance Le Vert|
|Public||Jérôme Grand d'Esnon|
|Insolvency and corporate recovery||Fanny Desclozeaux|
|M&A/private equity||Christophe Lachaux|
|Real estate and construction||Jean-Hugues Carbonnier|
|Technologies, IP, media and sport||Michel Rasle|
|Technologies, IP, media and sport||Hedwige Caldairou|
|Employment||Isabelle Quenet Chabrun|
|Criminal and white-collar crime||Marie-Laure Barré|
|Criminal and white-collar crime||Eric Morain|