Céline Arcivos

Céline Arcivos started her career in 2008 in the Corporate Law Department of the law firm BCTG in Paris, where she mainly worked on Mergers & Acquisitions and commercial litigation. In 2010, she joined the Mergers & Acquisitions Department of the law firm FIDAL in Lyon, where she acquired and developed a strong legal expertise

Sylvain Beaumont

Sylvain Beaumont started his legal career in 1996 within the European Economic Law Department of Gide Loyrette Nouel where he worked during 14 years. He joined in October 2010 the Paris office of the Canadian law firm Fasken Martineau before his arrival in LMBE on January 2013. Sylvain is a partner of LEXT (Paris office)

Anne Bourdu

Anne Bourdu has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since February 2000. She worked in the IP/NTIC (New technologies of information and communication) department of the American law firm Latham & Watkins’ offices in Paris, following which she co-founded the law firm Alinea in which she was a partner. In 2011, she joined the

Marie-Liesse Emo-Brioist

In 1996, Marie-Liesse Emo-Brioist started her legal career as an associate of the law firm headed by Laurent Dolfi (now DMMS), for whom she mainly advised German-speaking clients in the field of business law. In 1999, she joined the Mergers & Acquisitions department of the law firm LEFEVRE PELLETIER ET ASSOCIES (now LPA CGR). She

Gaëlle Leroy

During 10 years, Gaëlle Leroy was a lawyer in competition, distribution, intellectual property and information technology law with the law firm Fidal in Le Mans. In 2009, she became a partner and was in charge of the management the Intellectual Property – Information Technology department of the firm, to develop and promote this expertise on

Marc Patin

Marc Patin has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 2011. After two years within the law firm CAPSTAN, he joined the law firm LMBE where he practiced for more than six years. Marc has developed a solid experience in labor disputes relating to the performance and termination of employment contracts, the requalification of