Marine XI arbitration: Congo calls on its favourite duo of lawyers to defend it against WNR – Africa Intelligence, 16/09/2021


Since 12 May, Brazzaville has been the target of proceedings brought by the British company WNR before the Cirdi arbitration tribunal and has chosen two French lawyers whom it knows well to represent it […]

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Bercy sets the pace on foreign investment control – L’Agefi, 09/12/2022, quote from Vincent Netter

By publishing guidelines for the first time, the Treasury is reassuring investors and could inspire other European authorities. Extract :  : “Nous attendions depuis longtemps ce document et nous nous félicitons de la consultation publique ouverte par la Direction générale du Trésor, à laquelle nous avons participé au printemps dernier, et, plus largement, du fonctionnement […]



The takeover of April pushes the AMF to clarify the notion of action in concert – L’Agefi Quotidien, 07/06/2022. Quote from Frank Martin-Laprade

Is there concerted action when several companies of the same group make share purchases during an offer period? Last Friday, the AMF’s Enforcement Committee examined the share purchases of several structures of the Burrus group during CVC’s takeover bid for the insurer April in July 2019. Bruno de Roulhac reacts for Agefi to the plea […]



France supports companies in their legal proceedings abroad – L’Agefi, 22/03/2022

Xavier Pernot, partner in charge of the litigation practice, explains the context and expectations following the publication of the SISSE guide on the sensitive information that companies can transmit in their legal proceedings abroad in an article by Bruno de Roulhac for Agefi. Publication in French



Self-employed: the new rules for the separation of assets – les Echos, 03/09/2022

In May, the single status of sole proprietorship, which separates personal and professional assets, will come into force. This will provide better protection for private assets in the event of bankruptcy. However, the law provides for two exceptions. Jacques-Henry de Bourmont & Laetitia Ternisien, partners, explain.