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Joachim Bitterlich awards French-German CMS Prize 2007

16/05/2008

Created jointly by CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre and CMS Hasche Sigle, the French-German CMS Prize awards a post-graduate student, Ph. D or Business School, for a thesis or a training course report treating a legal or fiscal subject-matter in the French-German context.

The French-German CMS Prize 2007 has been won by Nathalie Crucifix for her thesis on the following topic: "Between tax attractiveness and budget restraints: recent statutory developments of corporation tax system in Germany and in France, comparative law study".

25 year-old, Nathalie Crucifix is holder of a D.J.C.E. [Diploma of Business and Legal Adviser] and of a Magistère of French-German Lawyers from Robert Schuman University of Strasburg. She is the CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre Prize-winner in Insolvency Law and the Ernst & Young Best Tax adviser Trophy's one.

The awards ceremony will take place Tuesday, the 20th of May 2008 at 6 p.m. at CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre in Neuilly-sur-Seine. This prize will be awarded by Joachim Bitterlich, former ambassador and Executive Vice-President International of Veolia Environment.


For further information, please contact:
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre
Florence Jouffroy / Tel: +33 1 47 38 40 32
Laetitia Mostowski / Tel: +33 1 47 38 40 74
François Hellio, partner in charge of the French-German relationships / Tel: +33 1 47 38 42 13



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