Meyer Fabre Avocats
is an independent French law firm, specialized in the resolution of commercial and international disputes through negotiation, litigation or arbitration.
Nathalie Meyer Fabre, founding partner of the firm, has practiced for more than twenty years in two major business law firms, where she has developed extensive expertise in the arbitration and litigation of international disputes. All five lawyers in the team are used to working in a multicultural environment and can work equally in French and English.
The firm is organized in a versatile and efficient way and has built close professional ties with lawyers acting in complementary fields of law or in other jurisdictions. As such, the firm has the experience and resources to advise on and manage matters of an international dimension and of considerable technical complexity. The firm has experience in defining global dispute resolution strategies, and is familiar with the jurisdictional, procedural and substantive issues that are specific to cross-border matters.
Our objective is to always provide:
• the highest standard of legal analysis
• perfect command of arbitration law and procedure as well as of litigation before the French courts
• a service that is of utmost rigueur and quality
• and broad international experience,
• a personalized service tailored to meet each client’s needs
• and excellent responsiveness
• in a structure that is flexible and efficient, designed to keep costs to a minimum.
The majority of the firm’s clients are industrial and international companies seeking advice and assistance in a wide variety of matters including M&A and commercial contracts, pre-contractual negotiations, industrial risk and product liability claims, termination of commercial relations or pre-contractual negotiations, disputes arising out of joint ventures or cooperation agreements, post-acquisition disputes, agency and distribution cases, unfair competition claims, insurance law matters, insolvency.
Meyer Fabre Avocats has a privileged relationship with the academic community and the Paris Bar School. Several of its members combine their legal practice with University teaching, research and professional training activities.