Our areas of expertise
Our firm focuses on the three areas of expertise shown below. This positioning enables us to assist our Clients in the creation, development, or even internationalisation of their activities, both in consultancy or litigation.
To find out about the services we offer, download our brochure, or click on the icon corresponding to each area of expertise.
CITIZEN works primarily with two Clienteles: on the one hand, entrepreneurs who wish to benefit from the special fee offers and the pragmatic approach of the firm; and on the other hand, British and international Clients, who wish to be assisted in English for legal issues specific to their situation.
We ensure that our Clients retain control of their case, understand the ins and outs and know how it is handled.
CITIZEN provides both consultancy (drafting contracts, consultations, compliance checks, occasional or regular advice, review of documents, etc.) and litigation (representation in the context of an amicable settlement, defence before the courts, etc.).
This double intervention allows the Firm’s clients to entrust us with their case, whether it is to carry out an economic project or to resolve a dispute. Discover our philosophy and methods using the icons below.
Our Last Posts
In our article dated 18 November 2021, Me Marie-Claude Bessout (former Notary) and I alerted our foreign readers to the consequences and uncertainties brought about by the “law against separatism” of 24 August 2021 with regard to international successions. We regretted that the wording of the new Par. 3 of…
In one of our previous articles, we presented the two main techniques for acquiring a business in France. Today we will approach this issue from the international perspective. In particular, we will give practical advice to foreign companies and entrepreneurs wishing to acquire a French on-going business (fonds de commerce)….Continue reading
The commercial lease contract is well known. In simple terms, it is the agreement whereby the owner of a property rents his premises to a company or entrepreneur, so that the latter can operate its business, craft or industry. The commercial lease should thus not be confused with the residential…Continue reading