Mr Renaud Grob > CMS > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

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Work Department

Taxation - corporate taxation.


Partner in corporate taxation.



He joined the tax department of CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats in 1994. He was co-opted as partner in 2004. He is specialised in Merger & Acquisition, Private Equity and Corporate and Business Restructuring.  

In-house Counsel with the bank Crédit Industriel d’Alsace-Lorraine (1992-1994).


French, English, German.


Member of the IACF (Institute of tax lawyers) and of the ACE (Association Française des Avocats Conseils d’Entreprises).


Posgraduate degree in corporate law from the Univeristy of Strasbourg (DESS-DJCE 1993). Graduate from the Lyon Business School – now EM Lyon – (1990).

Lawyer Rankings

France > Tax

CMS is home to one of France’s most established tax practices. The firm stands out through its very large team, able to offer a comprehensive range of expertise. The practice notably covers corporate and transactional M&A and property tax, international tax and transfer pricing work, as well as litigation. It can rely on a leading ‘doctrine’ department, led by Daniel Gutmann, which has regular contacts with tax authorities, governmental offices and the European Commission. The largest French and international corporations and investment funds are clients. The practice provides everything from day-to-day assistance to advice on the most complex issues. It is currently handling high-stakes litigation involving high financial amounts, challenging current tax regulations and rulings pertaining to securities and withholding tax issues. Key names include the highly regarded Stéphane Austry, who heads the firm’s tax litigation and controversy group; Bruno Gibert, who manages the firm’s transfer pricing practice; transactional tax expert Edouard Milhac, Patrick Danis who excels in VAT matters, and Lionel Lenczner, a specialist in direct taxes. Agnès de l’Estoile Campi  and Xavier Daluzeau  are strong names for international tax. Also recommended are Renaud Grob, Anne-Sophie Rostaing, Frédéric Gerner, Pierre Dedieu, Jean-Charles Benois and Pierre Carcelero.