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Statement of Practice - Aubyn offers French legal services to clients inside and outside France relating, inter alia, to the following areas of French law : -

Mergers & Acquisitions, Company & Commercial Law, Employment Law (Employer), Tax & Banking Law, Insolvency, Commercial Leases, Contracts, Real Property acquisition and investment, Estate Planning, Inheritance and Probate issues as well as Civil & Commercial litigation, advocacy and advice throughout the whole of France.


Primary contacts – Maître Philip Jenkinson or Maître Sophie Lagayette can be contacted on any of the following telephone numbers or email addresses


75 boulevard Vauban 59040 Lille Cedex France
Téléphone : +33 3 20 57 03 03
Télécopie : +33 3 20 54 09 09
E-mail : lillelaw@triplet.com

 

12 rue d'Astorg 75008 Paris France
Téléphone : +33 1 47 63 20 28
Télécopie : +33 1 47 63 20 26
E-mail : parislaw@triplet.com

 

*176 Clifford's inn, Fetter Lane, London EC4A 1BY England
Téléphone : +44 20 7242 2842
Télécopie : +44 20 7404 6485
E-mail : frenchlaw@triplet.com


* Triplet & Associés as part of the Aubyn GIE is a French Law practice providing advice relating solely to French Law. Any provision of service by members of the practice from time to time at the London office is undertaken solely within the scope of the European Directive 77/249/EEC of 22 March 1977 and the professional relationship between the client and the practice is subject to French Law. In the unlikely event of a dispute the Chairman of the Lille Bar is alone competent to hear and adjudicate thereon


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