White & Case
  Paris
48.86803184085231,2.3291444778442383
August 31, 2014 04:14:20 AM
August 31, 2014 04:14:20
White & Case LLP 19, Place Vendôme
75001 Paris
France
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Paris is the Firm's oldest and second-largest European office – founded nearly 90 years ago – providing essential legal advice for those seeking success in France and across the region.

The office has a substantial practice in banking, financial transactions and capital markets, mergers, acquisitions, and other combinations such as joint ventures, corporate restructuring, project finance, construction and engineering law, and international arbitration. The Paris office also advises on French labor, intellectual property, tax law, European and French competition law, and commercial litigation, white collar crime, and regulatory.

Our legal team represents French and foreign banks established in France on a wide variety of transactions, including project finance, equipment and real estate leasing, commodity, commercial paper, export credit, acquisition financings, and interest or currency swaps. The office is also extremely active in the field of European acquisitions, and has substantial experience in the financing of leveraged management buyouts in France, elsewhere in Europe, and in the United States.

As headquarters of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, Paris is a major center for international arbitration. Our arbitration practice involves virtually every sector of international commercial activity, including the complex field of international construction and engineering contracts.

As part of an integrated team of legal professionals that spans 26 countries, we bring global breadth and local depth to bear on our clients’ most exciting opportunities and difficult challenges.

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