EXPERTS
IN ECONOMIC LAW



70, rue de Ponthieu
75008 PARIS
PARIS
Tel. +33 1 41 29 09 30
Fax: +33 1 41 29 09 31
INF0@C0HENLAWFIRM.EU

 

 

   

COHEN & PARTNERS
LAW FIRM

Registered with the Paris Bar


Cohen & Parters - LAW FIRM

Law Firm COHEN & PARTNERS, Certified Experts in Economic Law, was founded in 1980. It is situated in the heart of the Paris business district, near the Champs Elysées. Our law firm has an own, specific place in the juridical landscape of the French capital. Our keywords are: trust, client-friendliness, transparency, accountability, and rapidity.

Among our clients we have well known French firms, banks, and insurance companies, such as Gan - Groupama, La Redoute, Natixis. Because of our international orientation we have also clients in Austria (LKW Walter), Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, and the UK. Our clients include as well small and medium-sized enterprises, trade unions, and individuals. We advise them on issues in France and we conduct legal proceedings on their behalf before all judicial authorities and courts in France. Each client can count on the same attention.

As a member of the TTLG – the Trans-European Transport Lawyers Group - we can also advise you if you need a lawyer in an other EU member state.

As Certified Experts in Economic Law* Law Firm COHEN & PARTNERS has the following fields of specialisation:

  • TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS LAW
  • BANKING LAW
  • INSURANCE LAW
  • PRODUCT LIABILITY
  • SOCIAL LAW
  • CONTRACT LAW
  • COMPETITION LAW

Languages spoken: English, French, German, Italian, and Dutch.

If you have any question, you can contact us with the Contact Form. You may write us in your own language. As a rule, we are able to answer your question within 48 hours.

Map of Paris

Metro Access: Ligne 1 (George V)

Car Access: Car Parc Washington, entrance Rue La Boétie

*Certified by the Paris Bar (Ordre des Avocats de Paris)

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