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Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods


The firm advises its clients by providing them with pragmatic legal insight adapted to their business environment, aimed at securing and optimizing the deployment of their activities as well as the implementation of their projects.

Relevant and effective legal advice therefore implies not only mastering the rule of law, but first understanding the client's activities and needs.

This support takes the form of one-off or recurring services, essentially corresponding to the following three categories.

  • consultation consisting of giving a legal opinion on a specific situation, a project (for example the launch of a new activity), in order to allow the client to assess the risk, the legal feasibility, and finally, to help him in its decision-making, of which the legal dimension is one component among others;

  • contractual engineering consisting of supporting the client in the development, negotiation, or even execution, of the contracts that are ubiquitous in business relationships, whether for an economic actor it is a question of satisfying their own needs, to offer its products and services, to establish partnerships of all kinds, etc. ;

  • on-the-fly advice consisting of responding, in real time, to the daily legal questions that an economic player encounters in his activities.

The firm operates in French and English.


The firm assists and represents its clients in the resolution of their disputes, whatever their nature, extent or stakes.


The management of a dispute, whether desired or suffered, implies having a strategic approach which will be determined by the legal solidity of the situation and the objectives of the client.  

The firm manages procedures before:

  • all jurisdictions of the judicial and administrative order , in first instance (judicial court, commercial court, administrative court), on appeal (court of appeal and administrative court of appeal), and in certain areas, before the Court of cassation and the Council of State;

  • the Constitutional Council (priority question of constitutionality);

  • arbitration courts (International Chamber of Commerce, Center for Mediation and Arbitration of Paris), in matters of domestic and international arbitration;

  • independent administrative authorities (Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés, Competition Authority);

  • generalist or specialized conciliation institutions (National Commission for Employee Inventions, Commission for the Conciliation of Commercial Leases, Consultative Committee for Amicable Settlement)


The firm intervenes in all the phases that may involve the management of a dispute:

  • the pre-litigation phase , aimed at seeking, when possible, an amicable solution between the parties, if necessary by having recourse to a third party (mediator, conciliator), materializing, in the event of success, by a settlement;

  • the contentious phase , aimed at managing all procedures (in demand or in defence, in summary proceedings or on the merits), before all  courts (state or arbitration) or authorities with jurisdictional jurisdiction;

  • the post-litigation phase , aimed at drawing the consequences of the decision made, whether it involves executing it or having it executed (in France or abroad).


Commercial disputes, in particular when they present a certain complexity (technical, factual) or significant financial stakes, frequently involve an expert phase (technical, financial expertise), whether it is judicial (ordered by the court, possibly at the request of a party) or private (intervention of an expert, in support of our intervention).

Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods

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