Catherine Leclercq has been admitted to the Paris Bar in 1994.
For over 20 years, Catherine has been focusing on advisory, civil and commercial litigation and disputes resolution, mainly in business law and in particular in shareholder's conflicts, disputes relating to acquisition difficulties and disputes liabilities. She has a particular expertise in the areas of industry, distribution, communication, events and real estate.
She has developed a specialization in the alternative dispute resolution (mediation and arbitration) for French and foreign companies. Catherine is appointed mediator by the Paris Mediation and Arbitration Centre, one of the leading European centres of management and resolution of business disputes.
She is a board member of the Paris Bar Council and is in particular in charge of the European Affairs of the Paris Bar. She is expert at the Council of the Bars and Law Societies of the European Union ( CCBE) and is also delegate nearby the French National Bars Pension Fund.
Having a strong international culture, Catherine is a member of the IBA (International Bar Association), UIA (Union Internationale des Avocats) and of the Franco-British Lawyers Society.
Also, Catherine contributes to the teaching of business law at LéCOLE the Event Thinking School, specialized in the event and communication areas.
She also provides company training in mediation, contract law and contractual techniques (negotiations, contract management, management of ongoing contractual relationship, sales conditions).
Languages : French, English (fluent), German(intermediary)
Laure Tric is registered with the Paris Bar since 1994.
She has been practicing criminal law for mainly on the defendant side for more than 20 years. She first started with Monique Smadja Epstein who was one of the first criminal lawyer in Paris during the 70s.
Laure Tric is well known for handling criminal cases , criminal institutions and she is an expert in criminal procedures. She focuses on criminal business law, criminal health law and general criminal law. She has been hightlighted by the press in very emblematic criminal trials.
She assists various clients - companies, managers or directors of companies- before criminal courts at every stage of the procedure.
Laure also has an expertise in family law, divorce and liquidation of matrimonial status. Convinced by the importance of alternative dispute resolution, she is appointed by courts as a « qualified professional » and is an active member of the national association for lawyers having a judicial mandate.
Laure is a member of the ACE Family Committee and is the general secretary of the Lawyers Women and Violence Association.
Languages : French, English, Italian
Katarzyna Ksen is graduated from Nanterre University (Paris X) in Private law. She has been admitted to the Paris Bar in 2003. Her practice is mainly focused on family law, private and criminal law.
Katarzyna has a a strong expertise in family law, business criminal law and general criminal law. She assists clients - individuals and companies- before all judicial courts at every stage of the procedure.
Languages : French, English, Polish
Sharlène is a student attorney with the HEDAC law school in Versailles, she is monitoring a course with the Jean Monnet University of Sceaux (Paris XI) in criminal law, the University at which she obtained a specialization in criminal and contract law.
Sharlène publishes law articles with the « Clinique Juridique» of the Sceaux University and contributes to the education of students in developing their career.
Languages : French, English
President of the Student Association of the Master’s Degree in Arbitration and International Commercial Law at the’UNIVERSITE PARIS 1 PANTHEON-SORBONNE,
Ergün KOCA deals with international commercial litigation especially in ADR.
Having a strong international culture, Ergün obtained a LLM in Transcultural Business Law. He has also written a master’s thesis on «Possibility of an autonomous international commercial arbitration».
Ergün took part to the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court in Vienna.
Languages : French, English, Turkish.