Bryan Cave boosts Paris office


By Victoria Basham

02 September 2016 at 09:14 BST


The US law firm has added a three-lawyer team to its Paris office.

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The trio joins from British firm Eversheds and will practice in the firm’s Transactions Client Service Group.

Antoine Martin works in all aspects of corporate/M&A matters, advising on share and asset acquisitions and disposals, corporate reorganisations and cross-border transactions. He joins Bryan Cave as a partner.

Mathieu Taupin has joined as counsel and works in all aspects of corporate/M&A matters, advising on share and asset acquisitions and disposals, corporate reorganisations and cross-border transactions.

Baudouin Gueyffier focuses on general corporate law, both domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and private equity. He joins Bryan Cave as an associate.

They will up their new roles on 27 September.

 
   
 
 
 

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