Before becoming a lawyer, I started my professional career as a legal advisor for various credit companies during 10 years (Oney Bank, Cofidis S.A.).
After which I became a lawyer after getting the Certifcat d’Aptitude à la Profession d’Avocat. (French equivalent of the Bar examination).
Because the best advice is given when one has knowledge of business litigation and jurisprudence, and because the best defence argumentations are found when one advises beforehand, I work as much as an advisor as in litigation.
Given my previous corporate experience, I also advise in-house lawyers in the organisation of their legal department.
With 6 years experience in the United States, I work in English and am able to adapt easily to other culture and legal systems – European as well as anglo-saxon. I have a network of lawyers based in the USA.
I am used to representing you in front of Frech jurisdictions but also in front of the Court of Justice of the European union. Indeed, European law should come as a reflex when applying French law. Are these in line with European law? If not, it is important to implement the means for the courts to put aside the norm contrary to the European treaties, directives and rules.