EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW
Thanks to a clientele composed by more than 50% of internationally-focused companies, we are familiar with issues that French or foreign companies evolving in an international environment are usually facing.
Our specific interest for business international law is notably illustrated through Me Temple-Boyer's own academic background and professional experience. Graduated of Sciences-Po (IEP Paris) and fluent in English, Me Temple-Boyer has soon decided to specialize in international business law (University Degree of European alaw - University Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne).
After a few years of practice spent in global lawfirms, Me Temple-Boyer completed her academic background by a University Degree in International Business Litigation allowing her to:
- draft and negotiate business agreements with an international dimension;
- assist and represent a French and international clientele within the context of disputes dealing with international rules
- Selected operations
- drafting of the framework exclusive distribution agreement for a medical devices manufacturer to be implemented worldwide; assistance of this client in the prevention and resolution of arising disputes with its local distributors
- assistance and representation of clients from various sectors, summoned before French courts, within the context of various commercial disputes; apart from defense on the merits, we raise if necessary any procedural hitches based on conflict of law rules and/or forum selection provisions.
- Related publications
- Terminating a business relationship within an international context: how to avoid the indemnification provided for in article L.442-6-I-5° of the French commercial code? (see publication)
- Infringing the legal cap on payment terms is now punishable by a fine of 2 million euros (see publication)
- The legal cap on payment terms in international contracts: the French case (see publication)
- International contract: is it somehow possible to escape from the exclusive jurisdiction of French courts within a dispute related to the breach of a commercial relationship with a French company? (see publication)
- Breach of an established business relationship: a recent court decision reaffirms the importance of the forum selection clause in international contracts (see publication)
- First enforcement of French Blocking Statute: when the Hague Convention prevails over US Discovery Procedure according to the French Supreme Court (see publication)