International Business, Labor, Bankruptcy, Sports Law & Banking Law Firm in France
IFL Avocats Overview
Created in 1972, IFL-AVOCATS is an independent business law firm, member of the Eurojuris France, Eurojuris International, Parlex and Avosial networks. The IFL- Avocats law firm advises French and foreign companies in the context of their commercial activities. The “Commercial & International Relations Law” team has a dual activity: - advice consisting of daily support for companies, VSEs / SMEs, groups, in their French and international contractual relations. The firm drafts the contracts or general conditions of sale, assists its clients in the context of negotiations, interprets the agreements concluded. - litigation , for defense before commercial, civil or arbitral courts in the event of commercial disputes of any kind and in particular in the presence of international disputes.
The IFL-Avocats law firm assists you and represents your interests - both in claim and in defense - before the Labor Councils and the Social Chambers of the Courts of Appeal, but also before the District Court, the Tribunal de Grande Instance, the Administrative Tribunal, or the Social Security Affairs Tribunal. The lawyers of the “Labor law and social law” team hold the Legal Specialty Certificate.
In a constantly evolving field and subject to numerous legislative or regulatory changes, IFL-Avocats with its “Company - M&A - Collective Procedures” division supports your business in its life, whether it is in the creation, development or development phase. transformation, transfer of control or that it is going through difficulties (conflicts between partners, financial difficulties, safeguard, reorganization or liquidation).
IFL Avocats Areas of Law
Articles Published by IFL Avocats
The Cour de cassation (French civil and commercial supreme court) has rendered a decision on the 26th of February 2008 (Commercial Chamber of the Cour de cassation – decision n°07/10761) regarding the liability of financial investments companies.Read Article