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Jeantet's Overview

Jeantet is a leading French independent business law firm, delivering tailored, high value-added services, with a commitment to ethics and human values.
Mindful of the economic, technological, sectoral and legal changes impacting our clients, our people have the skills and expertise to anticipate and work with you to create workable, reliable solutions to suit your particular challenges.
With our solid market expertise, Jeantet offers exceptional legal, advisory and litigation expertise, combined with an entrepreneurial culture, to ensure a successful outcome for our clients.
Jeantet offices in Paris, Casablanca, Luxembourg, Geneva, Budapest and Kiev have more than 140 lawyers, including 30 partners.

  • Year this Office was Established: 1924
  • Number of Offices Worldwide: 6
  • Lawyers Worldwide: 140

Areas of Practice
  • Administrative law
  • Banking and Finance
  • Capital Markets
  • Competition and EU law
  • Corporate M&A and Private Equity
  • Criminal liability of companies and managers
  • Energy, Mining and Infrastructure
  • Environmental
  • Financial Institutions and Services
  • General Business Litigation
  • General Litigation
  • Labour law
  • Public Law and Project Finance
  • Real Estate
  • Restructuring
  • Tax
  • Technologies Media and Telecommunications



Of Counsel



Using Arbitration To Resolve International Financing Disputes
Jeantet, December 2016

Financial Industry, ICC Commission Report on Financial Institutions and International Arbitration, International Financing The ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR’s Task Force on Financial Institutions and International Arbitration recently published its ‘Report on Financial Institutions and International Arbitration’ (the “Report”). The undersigned had the honor of leading the work stream on “International Financing” and the findings of that team are summarized in Section IX (International Financing) of the Report, which we present below...

Enforcement of judicial decisions between France and PRC
Jeantet, November 2016

Any judicial decision rendered by a foreign court is generally subject to a judicial enforcement proceeding (referred to as exequatur in France) in order to be recognised and enforced in France. In the absence of a specific international convention (whether bilateral or multilateral) a foreign decision shall be recognised and enforced in France if the following conditions set by case-law are satisfied: (i) the foreign court which pronounced the judgment had valid jurisdiction over the case, (ii) the decision at stake complies with French international public policy, and (iii) the judicial decision has not been obtained fraudulently (no forum shopping)...

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JeantetAssociés Advises Eurofins Scientific S.E. on New Hybrid Bond Issuance
JeantetAssocies, September 2014

Paris, September 8, 2014 - Eurofins Scientific S.E., world leader in food and pharmaceutical products testing and environmental laboratory services, has successfully issued a EUR 150m tap of its hybrid bond governed by Luxembourg law with a perpetual maturity that are listed on the Frankfurt Freieverkehr (unregulated market). The bonds are to be consolidated and form a single series with the existing EUR 150m deeply subordinated fixed to floating rate bonds issued in 2013. The transaction enhances balance sheet flexibility to finance the Group’s development plan...

JeantetAssociés has advised Trimet Aluminium SA (one of Europe’s largest producer of aluminium) on its acquisition of the European aluminium wire production activities of Péchiney (subsidiary of Rio Tinto Alcan)
JeantetAssocies, February 2014

JeantetAssociés has advised Trimet Aluminium SA (one of Europe’s largest producer of aluminium) on its acquisition of the European aluminium wire production activities of Péchiney (subsidiary of Rio Tinto Alcan)

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