I am a practicing lawyer based in Fréjus-Saint Raphael in the Var on the French Riviera.
With a Master’s Degree in Law (Judicial Careers) and Forensic Science and Auditor at the Institute for Higher National Defense Studies (IHEDN), I gained valuable experience in commercial, company, real estate, and banking law. Add to that legal ramifications surrounding companies in financial difficulty. For more than 8 years I worked with a Court Officer for several commercial courts.
Experience that has been reinforced with my Master II in Economic and Business Law Research and furthermore, by supporting a thesis on the subject of “Bank support of a company in financial difficulty according to the Insolvency Act of 26 July 2005”.
As a Ph.D. of Law, I also lecture at university as the lead lecturer on Company Law, Contract Law, as well as Property Security Law and Procedural Law.
My all-round experience in banking law and insolvency law gives me solid global oversight (technical, legal, accounting, strategic) of a proceeding, as well as the financial stakes, which are a real priority.
I also conduct in-depth research and legal writing in order to represent my party in front of the varying jurisdictions, which I also put to good use in my university lecturing.
With special passion for economic and business law, banking law and foreclosure procedures, I am more than familiar with the ways and the working methods used in legal institutions, whether it be commercial jurisdictions, bankruptcy judges or Procedural Justice judges.
I like to evolve with each dispute to safeguard the interests of companies in financial difficulty, whether it be individuals or property companies who are often disadvantaged up against financial, economic, and legal institutions.