Firm Profile > Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP > Paris, France

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP
75378 PARIS

Derivatives and structured finance Tier 1

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP’s structured finance team ‘creates benchmarks in the market’. The broad practice also stands out for its cross-border experience and ‘great knowledge of multi-country securitisation transactions’, with its French and UK law capability positioning it as a key player in English law-governed deals. The team’s specific industry expertise is another significant component of the practice and it maintains a focus on the insurance, energy, automotive and transportation sectors. Sharon Lewis is global head of the financial institutions group and advises on derivatives, securitisations, repackaging and other structured products. Additional contacts include Katia Merlini and counsel Laura Asbati. Baptiste Gelpi joined Reed Smith in April 2020.

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Their capital markets practice is innovative and creates benchmarks in the market and, most importantly, provides us with commercially viable structures in the increasingly regulated international markets, making them essential when you want to undertake a transaction in France.

Team members communicate well with others; they are very responsive and work collaboratively for better efficiency. They share responsibility and are accountable to each other.’

Hogan Lovells’ securitisation teams in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London and Paris are very keen, constructive and able to solve problems.

Great knowledge of multi-country securitisation transactions, the technicalities of complex transactions and asset specifics.

We value lawyers’ commitment and ability to manage and co-ordinate transactions with numerous parties.’

Laura Asbati has been very helpful and is down to earth and good to work with.

Laura Asbati demonstrates a balance between being academically up-to-speed and fully aware of the latest developments, as well as being pragmatic about the available business solutions. She is also easily reachable and a pleasure to work with.

Key clients


BRED Banque Populaire

NEoT Green Mobility

Amundi Asset Management

Aumazo Incorporated

Insolvency Tier 1

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP significantly strengthened its practice with the 2019 arrival of star partner Philippe Druon and counsels Astrid Zourli and Cristina Marin, a financing specialist, all from Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP. The strategic move has resulted in shifting the caseload from a heavy bank-side focus to more of a debtor and shareholder-oriented practice. The new team enjoys sustained activity and is involved in a long list of outstanding matters, spanning restructuring, insolvency and cross-border cases, involving LBO, listed and property companies. The group assisted one of France’s most iconic companies with its restructuring proceedings. Other highlights include assisting the Bank of New York Mellon with CGG’s landmark safeguard proceedings in France and the company's Chapter 11 in the US, and advising on matters in the automotive sector. Cécile Dupoux and Druon are the heads of the practice. Former counsel Romain de Ménonville joined Bird & Bird in 2019.

Insurance Tier 1

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP has several key elements to its practice, with its transactional offering being particularly dominant. It also handles regulatory and contentious matters. The group routinely works alongside teams in Europe and the US to advise on multi-jurisdictional deals and it counts major domestic and multinational insurers, financial institutions and corporates among its clients. Department head Sébastien Gros, who is dual-qualified in France and Germany, advises on a mix of regulatory and transactional work, including M&A, portfolio and business transfers, joint ventures and the setting up of new businesses. Counsel Ghina Farah is an ‘excellent lawyer’ and is also well versed in transactional and regulatory issues.

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Aside from its level of knowledge and expertise, the team stands out for its willingness to be very frank when advising us on how things should be done. This creates a clear picture enabling us, as the product provider, to understand the risks and parameters within which we should operate.’

It is clear that the team has a deep and extensive knowledge of French insurance law and market practice.

I know that regardless of which team member responds to a query, we can be confident in the advice we receive.’

Importantly for an English-speaking insurance company, providing an English-language contract, the level of communication in English is of a very high standard.’

The team is both proactive on informing clients about the newest relevant developments, as well as reactive and helpful when we turn to them for advice.’

This team are extremely efficient and knowledgeable and consistently deliver high-quality advice. They are well leveraged and in my experience, are excellent at all levels.’

We instruct the firm on all sorts of matters, starting with regulatory matters but also on transactional matters, especially on large business transactions.

We have been using the firm for over five years now in insurance and reinsurance. We would instruct on all sorts of matters, starting with regulatory matters but also on transactions, especially large business transactions.’

The team, and especially Sébastien Gros, have an extremely quick turn-around time, providing detailed but also practical answers. The industry knowledge is quite unique, especially for reinsurance matters.’

Sébastien Gros is always spot-on and very knowledgeable in (re)insurance matters, be it regulatory, corporate or transactional, providing precise advice. He is a leading individual in (re)insurance matters in France.’

Sébastien Gros is a stellar practitioner – he has unparalleled knowledge of the regulatory space in France.

Sébastien Gros and Ghina Farah have good knowledge of the insurance and reinsurance sector, are up to date with the latest developments in this area, and take a pragmatic approach with a desire to find a solution for the customer.

Ghina Farah is an excellent lawyer and a pleasure to deal with.’

Key clients


Assurant (CWI Group)

Assured Guaranty

Aviva (Group and various affiliates)

AXA (Group and various affiliates)


CNP Assurances  (Group and various affiliates)




Zurich Eurolife

Intellectual property: Trade marks and designs Tier 1

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP's 'large global footprint' allows it to provide 'superior client service' when assisting with cross-border litigation and advisory work. The 'excellent' team is advising a large number of wine regions around the world, alongside the European Commission and the French government, on the protection of regions across the globe and geographical indicators in the launch of the new .wine and .vin generic top-level domains. Clients come from diverse sectors, including technology, food and beverage, and luxury goods. Key names to note are David TaylorJane SeagerMarie-Aimée de Dampierre and Olivia Bernardeau-Paupe.


Hogan Lovells’ large global footprint makes it an excellent firm to work with.

The Hogan Lovells team were excellent. I felt very confident in the legal advice they provided.

Superior client service, people are professional but friendly. Experts in their fields and about our business and level of risk.

Olivia Bernardeau-Paupe and Marie-Aimee de Dampierre are both experts, they understand our risk profile, our billing procedures, and take care of us as clients.

High expertise, pragmatic, solution driven.

Administrative and public law Tier 2

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP is one of France’s strongest references for large-scale infrastructure projects. The five-lawyer practice regularly represents the French government and other public entities, as well as private operators. It is involved in several transport-related landmark projects. The team is also handling strategic public law contract litigation in addition to advising on high-profile renewables energy projects in France. In parallel, the team is also advising on large-scale energy projects in Africa. Bruno Cantier heads the practice. Ludovic Babin is the other key name within the practice and counsel Perrine Limousin also provides support.

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‘The team has excellent knowledge.’

‘Ludovic Babin knows very well his field of expertise. He can very quickly give strategic advice and pragmatic recommendations. He is also very dedicated to his clients and can meet any deadline, even the most challenging.’

Key clients

ADP: Aéroports de Paris

Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel

NEoT Capital

Aviation finance Tier 2

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP works on a wide range of complex aviation finance matters, including acquisition financing, disposals, and agency-supported transactions. It has core strengths in various forms of alternative financings, including conditional sales, tax leases, buy-backs, and export credit agency facilities. The team works closely with the firm's UK and US teams to handle multi-jurisdictional deals. Clients include prominent international banks and financial institutions, manufacturers, and airlines. The practice is led by cross-border asset finance specialist Alexander Premont.

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Swissport Financing S.à r.l. / HNA Group Co Ltd

Société Générale




Banking and finance: Bank regulatory Tier 2

At Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP, transactional and non-contentious work compose the key pillars of the practice — it also has experience in regulatory disputes. The group has a strong track record in cross-border projects, with its ability to lean on its extensive international network providing extra firepower in complex, multi-jurisdictional matters. Outside of its work for prominent financial institutions such as HSBC and BNP Paribas, the group also acts for a growing share of major non-regulated financial services companies operating in the fintech area. Department head Sébastien Gros, who is dual-qualified in France and Germany, brings to bear a strong international outlook.

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Hogan Lovells’ Paris office and banking department has a unique knowledge of our industry and our company. I also highly appreciate their reactivity and efficiency, being pragmatic and business-oriented, while finding the best fee arrangements.’

Deep knowledge of the e-payment/banking industry combined with high reactivity.’

A multi-disciplinary team, which is well co-ordinated in France and abroad.’

A competent team — reactive with a pragmatic approach to client needs.

The individuals actively listen to client needs and understand operational challenges (Sébastien Gros and senior associate Franck Dupret). Accessible and pragmatic.’

Key clients

BNP Paribas

Crédit Agricole (including affiliates, such as Crédit Agricole Leasing & Factoring/Crédit Agricole Payments)





Capital markets: debt capital markets Tier 2

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP’s increasingly prominent practice has become a popular choice for France and Europe-based financial institutions and corporates looking for assistance with English law-governed debt capital markets transactions. The group, which houses English and French-qualified lawyers, also routinely advises on high-profile French law matters. Sharon Lewis leads the financial institutions group globally and brings to bear a strong record in debt capital markets, structured finance, corporate bonds and equity-linked offerings. Vincent Fidelle and Katia Merlini are also recommended.

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The group demonstrates good experience in debt topics and strong technical skill.

Members in the team both in Paris and in London are very competent and easy to work with. The firm always tries to give you the best service at the appropriate price.’

Key clients

AXA Bank Europe SCF

Edmond de Rothschild (France)

Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank

RTE Réseau de transport d’électricité

Electricité de France (EDF)


Société Générale

Employment Tier 2

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP advises leading companies specialising in various industries, including the pharmaceutical, luxury goods and IT sectors. The 14-lawyer team recently assisted its clients with major reorganisation and plant closure projects, as well as with the negotiation of collective agreements and the management of sensitive litigation matters regarding working hours and social security adjustment issues. Dominique Mendy directs the practice. Also involved is Thierry Meillat. Associate Pauline Manet is also acknowledged. Muriel Pariente joined Ashurst LLP in March 2020.

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‘The team shows a high level of  creativity and availability.’

‘The practice provides fantastic support on both day-to-day matters as well as on tricky ad-hoc matters that may arise. Clients know they can count on them every time they need them.’

‘Associate Pauline Manet is a rising star. She knows the lay of the land and can always be trusted in giving fast, proper advice in both day-to-day matters as well as on more difficult issues that may arise.’

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MSD Animal Health


Puig France




EU, competition and distribution Tier 2

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP has a very solid six-lawyer team able to deal with complex merger control and antitrust matters. The practice recently obtained the closure of French Competition Authority's investigations into its client Manpower. A landmark merger control gun-jumping case before the EU General Court for client Altice, which received a €124m fine from the EU Commission in relation to its acquisition of PT Portugal in 2015, was another highlight. François Brunet and Eric Paroche are in charge.


‘The team is strong, very experienced, strong and business-oriented.’

‘The team ensures excellent case management, and demonstrates a strong focus on economic client interests. It is very responsive and has top know-how.’

‘François Brunet is a very strong and experienced partner.’

‘Eric Paroche has a very thorough experience in all antitrust fields, and in particular in the areas of merger control, state aid and dawn raid matters. He is available, reactive and business-oriented.’

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Industry focus: IT and internet Tier 2

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP advises many leading internet platforms. With David Taylor, the firm has one of the world's most regarded experts for domain name issues and is entrusted by top companies in that area, including Facebook. Christine Gateau is also noted. The recent hire of Etienne Drouard in 2020, previously at K&L Gates LLP, is a new major addition to the firm's IT practice. Winston Maxwell left in 2019 to pursue an academic career.

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Wikimedia Foundation

BNP Paribas

Project finance Tier 2

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP is a strong name for large transport infrastructure projects, spanning road, rail and airport sector work. The ten-lawyer team also advises on several large-scale renewables projects. Domestic projects account for the bulk of the caseload, but the team also fields a busy practice in Africa, especially in francophone countries, for example in Mali and Senegal. Public law experts Bruno Cantier and Ludovic Babin co-head the practice together with finance specialist Olivier Fille-Lambie.

Shipping finance Tier 2

The team at Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP advises banks and other clients on the financing of a wide range of vessels, from LNG vessels, tankers and superyachts through to bulk carriers, ferries, and cruise ships. The group is also able to draw on specialists across the firm to provide a cross-disciplinary service and frequently works with the firm's restructuring practice. The team was further strengthened by the arrival of senior associate Cristina Marin, a banking and finance specialist, from Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLPAlexander Premont heads the practice.

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Société Générale

BNP Paribas (Suisse) SA






Banking and finance: transactional work Tier 3

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP is best known for acquisition, real estate, project and leveraged finance transactions, though it also has extensive capability in asset finance and capital markets work. The firm has English and French law capabilities in Paris and is frequently involved in cross-border matters, notably outbound commodities and export financings involving African jurisdictions. Key partners Sabine Bironneau, Olivier Fille-Lambie, Alexander Premont and Michel Quéré act for major domestic and international banks, as well as alternative lenders.


A very reactive team providing high-quality work, and very reasonable in terms of fees.

They are able to change approach for the different types of lenders and clients.

Excellent legal knowledge and understanding of the practice for mid-to-large debts. High involvement of the partners and the associates, and very easy access to discuss any matters. High quality of work including meeting the deadlines.

Sabine Bironneau-Loy is highly involved at every stage of the transaction. and has a very good understanding of the issues and restrictions of the banking sector.

One of the best firms in Paris for banking and finance, it has excellent technical skills and great experience.

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Data privacy and data protection Tier 3

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP is noted for its strength in cross-border work. It combines its focus on the healthcare and life sciences, automotive, financial services and technology sectors and its ability to assist with strategic data protection and privacy questions, with expertise in cybersecurity matters and high-stakes litigation. Clients include sizeable domestic companies and international corporations. Counsel Patrice Navarro, who leads the team, is the key contact for GDPR matters, while litigator Christine Gateau has longstanding experience in IT-related disputes across a variety of sectors. Winston Maxwell left the firm in June 2019 to become a director at Télécom Paris.

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The Hogan Lovells privacy team is extremely skilled in all aspects of privacy practice: from compliance counselling, to representing clients before data protection authorities and courts. They astutely assess their clients’ goals and execute a legal strategy to achieve them.

Very highly skilled lawyers with extensive experience in data privacy and data protection. Extremely professional, reliable and available. Their network of international lawyers throughout the firm allows international companies to deal with a legal subject which concerns different countries in a smooth and coherent way.

Patrice Navarro is a credit to the Hogan Lovells team. He is able to engage with all levels of the business to explain this complex area of law with ease in an understandable and relatable manner. He has a practical approach taking into consideration business confines, market and competitor pressures whilst ensuring at all times that the legal ramifications of any steps taken are advised upon.

Patrice Navarro makes himself available when needed and is capable of quickly offering several options to choose from. The team is very responsive and breaks down complexity into simpler tasks.

Christine Gateau is always available, always insightful, always dependable. She has great judgement and execution skills, in both English and French.

Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation Tier 3

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP has some 20 lawyers able to deal with a broad range of matters across various industry sectors. The firm has strong financial services, civil liability and banking litigation expertise through Julien Martinet, who earns instructions from high-profile banks. Another key area of expertise is healthcare product liability, where the firm handles high-profile cases. Finally, commercial litigation is also dealt with, serving major clients from the IT and automotive sectors such as Wikimedia Foundation and other digital heavyweight players. Key names in the practice include Christine Gateau , up-and-coming partner Christelle Coslin  and new recruit Arthur Dethomas , who joined from his own firm and who adds well-regarded corporate and financial litigation expertise.


‘The firm distinguishes itself thanks to providing tailored and daring solutions to complex and technical issues in relation to financial services and banking litigation’.

‘The team has thorough knowledge and experience of the banking industry’.

‘It shows excellent technical commercial litigation skills’

‘Julien Martinet shows high personal commitment, precision, clarity and provides efficient work’.

‘Christine Gateau is easy to talk to, has great communication skills, and provides practical advice and pro-activeness’.

Industry focus: Healthcare and life sciences Tier 3

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP is adviser to several leading names in the industry. The practice has longstanding experience in high-profile product liability cases for leading pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. Christelle Coslin, who made partner in 2019, is notably involved in the defence of certification company TÜV Rheinland in the headline PIP breast implant product liability case. The practice strengthened its regulatory ability through the hiring of Charlotte Damiano from Simmons & Simmons in 2019. Mikael Salmela, who heads the practice, advises on strategic partnerships in the industry, while Stanislas Roux-Vaillard handles patent case for big names in the sector.

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‘The team is knowledgeable, fully available and efficient.’

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Eli Lilly

Bayer HealthCare

Pierre Fabre

Intellectual property: Copyright Tier 3

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP, which is praised for its 'superior client service', specialises in providing intellectual property advice and assistance to clients in the media and technology sectors. Marie Aimée de Dampierre, who jointly heads the team with counsel Olivia Bernardeau-Paupe, is an 'expert in her field'. In recent work, the group handled copyright infringement cases and assisted with issues regarding the protection and the defence of intellectual property rights.


Superior client service, people are professional but friendly. Experts in their fields and about our business.

Olivia Bernardeau-Paupe, Marie-Aimee de Dampierre and David Taylor are all experts in their fields and immediately “cut to the chase” – they quickly understand the issue and take charge for us. They are also lovely people to work with.

Very competent, reactive, client-centric team with great expertise.

Very reactive, always with a business approach, and very solution driven.

Intellectual property: Patents Tier 3

The practice at Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP is organised by sector, which ensures that clients are assisted by lawyers who are familiar with the particular issues and problems faced by their specific industry. The team is especially active in the pharmaceutical and life sciences sector, representing clients in contentious cross-border matters, including pan-European patent disputes and patent infringement litigation. On the non-contentious side, it advises on patent enforcement strategies. The key name to note is Stanislas Roux-Vaillard.

Mergers and acquisitions Tier 3

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP has a strong international practice that acts for French and overseas companies on transactions in sectors as diverse as life sciences, retail, insurance, infrastructure and financial services. The firm has a strong flow of mid-market deals, as well as a growing role in large-cap transactions. Head of corporate, M&A and equity capital market Jean-Marc Franceschi and corporate and private equity partners Xavier Doumen and Stéphane Huten are the main contacts. The firm has a 'great team - very open, practical and knowledgeable- that understands business issues as well as complex relationships'.


Associates are very involved in transactions and find effective solutions. They show great awareness of costs with lean and approachable teams rather than the whole Mexican army on each file.

The firm always has good relationships with its opposing colleagues and only the serious business matters are pass upwards to the partners. 

Xavier Doumen et Stéphane Huten add a lot of value in negiotiations and, notably, financial matters, which both of them master perfectly.

A very proactive team, dedicated to the client’s needs with a practical and pragmatic approach.

I appreciate most of all working with Xavier Doumen who is a highly qualified M&A partner, always available to provide a win/win solution to complicated and strategic transactions.

‘A great team – very open, practical and knowledgeable – that understands business issues as well as complex relationships.

Competent, reactive, easy to deal with and reliable.

Dispute resolution: International arbitration Tier 4

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP’s mainly handles commercial arbitration disputes, while also taking on some investment arbitration work. The practice regularly handles matters in relation to Africa and the Middle East, notably in connection with the energy, telecoms and media sectors. It is involved in a multibillion-dollar price review case and is handling an important investment arbitration exequatur case. Laurent Gouiffès heads the practice. Other key members include Thomas Kendra and newly promoted counsel Melissa Ordonez, who has expertise in Latin American-related matters.

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‘The Paris team stands out because of their truly multi-jurisdictional approach. They are also a real team, in the sense they have clearly been working together for years and you can see how they click in a hearing.’

‘They show truly outstanding dedication to their clients’ interests.’

‘Laurent Gouiffès is remarkably practical, business-minded, charismatic, and a great team-leader. He follows a result-based approach. He constantly goes back and forth to keep to the details and the big picture. His strength is that he does not take anything for granted, he is constantly looking at the case from new angles.’

‘Thomas Kendra is dedicated, reliable, thoughtful and team-oriented. He shows great ability to keep calm under pressure.’

Real estate Tier 4

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‘The team is very pragmatic and excellent value for money. It is highly recommended.’

‘The team is able to advise on all real estate aspects and shows great reactivity and ability to find creative solutions for their clients.’

‘The team has in-depth specialist knowledge that culminates in providing great advice on very complex real estate issues.’

‘The team shows a very high level of expertise and commitment to its clients.’

‘Michael Levy is very hands on, and works fast and efficiently. He is very commercial and perfectly grasps his clients’ needs.’

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Groupama Gan Reim

Mata Capital

Caisse des Dépôts

Valor Real Estate Partners



Fidelity International




Tax Tier 5

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‘The team is available and has great technical skills’

‘Ludovic Geneston combines the required technical knowledge with strong negotiating skills’

Photo Name Position Profile
 Laura Asbati photo Laura Asbati Counsel
Mr Ludovic Babin  photo Mr Ludovic Babin Partner
Mrs Olivia Bernardeau-Paupe  photo Mrs Olivia Bernardeau-Paupe   Counsel
Mrs Sabine Bironneau  photo Mrs Sabine Bironneau For almost twenty years, Sabine Bironneau, partner, has focused on leveraged and…
 Florian Brechon photo Florian Brechon Counsel
Mr François Brunet  photo Mr François Brunet François Brunet, partner at Hogan Lovells, co-leads the Paris office’s Antitrust, Competition,…
Mr Bruno Cantier  photo Mr Bruno Cantier Bruno Cantier is a partner of Hogan Lovells LLP, specialising in project…
 Marie-Aimée De Dampierre photo Marie-Aimée De Dampierre Marie-Aimée de Dampierre has acquired unique talents in Intellectual Property over her…
Mr Arthur Dethomas  photo Mr Arthur Dethomas Partner
Mr Xavier Doumen  photo Mr Xavier Doumen Partner
 Etienne Drouard  photo Etienne Drouard Partner
Mrs Cécile Dupoux  photo Mrs Cécile Dupoux Cécile Dupoux, partner, has 20 years’ experience concentrating on all aspects of…
Mr Vincent Fidelle  photo Mr Vincent Fidelle Partner
Mr Olivier Fille-Lambie  photo Mr Olivier Fille-Lambie   Partner
Mr Jean-Marc Franceschi  photo Mr Jean-Marc Franceschi Jean-Marc Franceschi, partner at Hogan Lovells, works with public and private companies…
Ms Christine Gateau  photo Ms Christine Gateau Partner
Mr Laurent Gouiffès  photo Mr Laurent Gouiffès Partner
 Sébastien Gros photo Sébastien Gros Partner
 Stéphane Huten photo Stéphane Huten Partner
Mr Thomas Kendra  photo Mr Thomas Kendra Partner
Ms Corinne Knopp  photo Ms Corinne Knopp Partner
Mr Michaël Lévy  photo Mr Michaël Lévy Partner
Ms Xenia Legendre  photo Ms Xenia Legendre Office Managing Partner
Mrs Sharon Lewis  photo Mrs Sharon Lewis Partner, Head of Financials Institutions, Paris
 Pauline Manet  photo Pauline Manet Associate
Mr Julien Martinet  photo Mr Julien Martinet Julien Martinet, partner, leads our Paris Financial Services Litigation Practice. Julien is…
Mr Mark Mazo  photo Mr Mark Mazo Partner
Mr Thierry Meillat  photo Mr Thierry Meillat Partner
Mrs Dominique Mendy  photo Mrs Dominique Mendy Partner
Ms Katia Merlini  photo Ms Katia Merlini Partner
 Patrice Navarro photo Patrice Navarro Counsel
Mrs Laure Nguyen  photo Mrs Laure Nguyen Counsel
 Melissa Ordonez  photo Melissa Ordonez Counsel
Mr Eric Paroche  photo Mr Eric Paroche Partner
Mr Alexander Premont  photo Mr Alexander Premont Partner
 Michel Quéré photo Michel Quéré Partner
Dr Stanislas Roux-Vaillard  photo Dr Stanislas Roux-Vaillard As the partner in charge of patent litigation in the Hogan Lovells…
Mr Mikael Salmela  photo Mr Mikael Salmela Partner
Ms Jane Seager  photo Ms Jane Seager With years’ of experience in intellectual property, media, and technology law and…
Mr David Taylor  photo Mr David Taylor Partner
 Céline Verney  photo Céline Verney Senior Associate