Clients in France and around the world in all areas of business law are served by Jones Day's Paris-based lawyers through seamless collaboration with our worldwide offices.
- Jones Day is one of the leading international law firms in France. In addition to work for our global clients, we advise a large part of the CAC 40 (top 40 listed companies), financial institutions, funds, and emerging companies.
- Our Paris-based lawyers efficiently assist clients with multipractice and multijurisdictional issues. We counsel major business organizations on transactional and litigation services, along with the most complex regulatory, IP, labor, and tax issues.
- Clients of our Paris Office benefit from our knowledge of European and global legal trends and issues. In all civil law countries, particularly throughout the African continent and in the Middle East, Jones Day assists both governments and private investors on a wide variety of legal reforms and international transactions and litigation.
- Client service is Jones Day's most important value. Our lawyers first listen and understand our clients' needs, and then collaborate across practices and other offices to successfully handle client matters in a cost-effective manner.
Jones Day in Paris
Sophie Hagege, Diane Senechal, Alban Caillemer du Ferrage, and Renaud Bonnet discuss the history and growth of the Paris office, the factors that differentiate the Paris office including its sophisticated and diverse client base, its representation of CAC 40 companies, major tech and biotech companies, as well as funds and asset managers in their investments. They also discuss the office’s funds initiative, banking and finance practice, financial litigation capabilities, and venture capital practice representing emerging growth companies, among others.
Arverne Group combines with Transition to publicly list on Euronext Paris the future French leader in geothermal and low-carbon lithium to drive energy transition
Spiro obtains up-to FCFA 37.8 billion credit facility for deployment of electric motorcycles, batteries, and swap stations in Benin and Togo
Diebold Nixdorf successfully restructures over $2.7 billion in funded debt and completes the first-ever dual proceeding under the U.S. bankruptcy code and Dutch restructuring law in 71 days
Court's Broad Interpretation of Definition of "Securities Contracts" Promotes Expansive Scope of Bankruptcy Code "Safe Harbor"
Texas Bankruptcy Court Blesses Serta Chapter 11 Plan Over Objections of Lenders Excluded from "Position Enhancement Transaction"
Circuit Split Widens on Extent of Abrogation of Sovereign Immunity for Governmental Units in Bankruptcy Avoidance Litigation
Moving the Global Supply Chain Needle? The Impact of the EU's Proposal for a Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive
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