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Cécile Rebiffe

Counsel

CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats
2 rue Ancelle
92522 Neuilly-sur-Seine
Cedex
France
Languages French, English, Spanish

Cécile joined CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats in 2000, where she specialises in litigation and dispute resolution. Cécile’s experience in this field covers general commercial litigations, corporate law, unfair competition/trading, tax and customs proceedings, industrial damages and product liability matters, insurance and financial regulatory matters (e.g. insider dealing) and criminal litigation. Her practice includes interim and conservatory measures, enforcement of judgments and arbitration awards (domestic and foreign) and negotiation of settlement agreements.

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Education

  • Post-graduate degree (DJCE), University of Cergy-Pontoise (1997)
  • Master's degree in Law, University of Paris X - Nanterre (1996)
  • Master's degree in Economics, University of Paris X - Nanterre (1994)
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Expertise

20/02/2020
Busi­ness lit­ig­a­tion
Our busi­ness lit­ig­a­tion team will as­sist you at all stages of the man­age­ment and res­ol­u­tion of your civil or com­mer­cial dis­putes.Based on its lead­ing ex­pert­ise in lit­ig­a­tion, our team places trust and...
24/02/2020
Crim­in­al busi­ness law
Our team spe­cial­ising in crim­in­al busi­ness law is at your side to as­sist and de­fend you be­fore crim­in­al courts for all types of of­fences: fraud, breach of trust, mis­use of cor­por­ate as­sets, dis­tri­bu­tion...

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20/01/2017
De­fend­ing and as­sist­ing you in the res­ol­u­tion of your dis­putes
To help you man­age and re­solve your dis­putes, our team of lit­ig­a­tion and ar­bit­ra­tion spe­cial­ists will sup­port you by com­bin­ing re­spons­ive­ness, per­cept­ive­ness and foresight.Man­aging dis­putes has be­come...
29 May 2019
Brexit: don't for­get to ne­go­ti­ate the dis­pute res­ol­u­tion clause!
The post­pone­ment of Brexit pro­longs the sus­pense con­cern­ing the fu­ture co­oper­a­tion between the European Uni­on (EU) and the United King­dom (UK). Un­cer­tainty re­gard­ing re­cog­ni­tion and en­force­ment of judg­ments...