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Pierre-Jean Douvier

Partner

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

Pierre-Jean Douvier specialises in international law. He co-manages the International team. His four main areas of expertise are:
- advice to private clients (family office, legal, regulatory, immigration law, tax issues, asset protection, restructuring of wealth, wealth transfer techniques and trusts/foundations with respect to civil law, succession, international tax litigation and tax audits, etc).
- property law (from both the legal and tax perspectives): purchase, restructuring/investment, management – mainly for families.
- Monaco: corporate, regulatory and tax law.
- transfer pricing/permanent establishment/effective management of entities.

For 8 years, he was the only expert in European and international law registered with the French courts.

Pierre-Jean Douvier joined CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats in 1986. He is based in Monaco, where he is an international taxation adviser."

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Relevant experience

  • Coopers & Lybrand (1981-1984)
  • Ernst & Whinney (1984-1986)
  • Lecturer at the University of Paris II - Panthéon-Assas 
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Education

  • Post-graduate degree (DEA) in Corporate Law, University of Paris II - Panthéon-Assas (1981)
  • ESLSCA.(applied commercial science school) (1979)
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Memberships

  • Member of IACF (French Institute of Tax Lawyers)
  • Member of ACE (French Association of Corporate Legal Advisors)
  • Member of IFA (International Fiscal Association)
  • Member of IBA (International Bar Association)
  • Member of UIA (International Association of Lawyers)
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Publications

  • Les prix de transfert, co-auteur - Editions Francis Lefebvre (Juin 2008)
  • Tax regime of stable entities - IBFD (2002) Tax regime of partnerships - IBDF (2002)
  • International operations, co-author - Editions Francis Lefebvre (2002)
  • Legal an Tax guide to Monaco - Editions Francis Lefebvre (3° Edition 1998)
  • Tax law in international relations - Pedone (1996) 20 cases of international taxation - Litec (1996)
  • Accounts management, co-author - Editions Francis Lefebvre (1998)
  • Summary on conglomerates, co-auteur - Editions Francis Lefebvre (2001-2002) 
  • Head of the international tax column - the Revue pratique du commerce international (R.P.C.I.)
  • Correspondent for the periodical "The Bulletin", Amsterdam (IBFD)
  • Editor for the ransfer Princing Journal (IBFD)
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10 September 2020
Tax Con­nect Flash
Art­icle 123 Bis of the French Tax Code (CGI) Fur­ther to a case law of June 24, 2020, No. 19PA00458, from the Par­is Ad­min­is­trat­ive Court of Ap­peal, Art­icle 123 Bis of the French Tax Code which is an anti-tax...
15/07/2013
CMS Tax Con­nect e-Guide: Trans­fer Pri­cing: Man­aging doc­u­ment­a­tion re­quire­ments...
The guide provides CMS’s in­ter­na­tion­al cli­ents, par­tic­u­larly those hav­ing in­tra-group activ­it­ies across Europe, Asia, the Maghreb re­gion, the US and the BRICs coun­tries, with con­sist­ent and prac­tic­al...
18/03/2013
French re­cent tax re­form: the sur­viv­al kit | Prac­tic­al Law - multi-jur­is­dic­tion­al...
France is in the pro­cess of chan­ging its tax land­scape and now faces the tax re­forms prom­ised by Pres­id­ent Hol­lande in his 2012 pres­id­en­tial elec­tion cam­paign. There is an in­creas­ing at­mo­sphere of tax...
30/06/2008
Pub­lic­a­tion in Edi­tions Fran­cis Le­fe­b­vre of the book «Trans­fer pri­cing»
A guide to fix­ing and doc­u­ment­ing trans­fer pri­cing and fa­cing tax audit.In a con­text of glob­al­iz­a­tion of the eco­nomy, trans­fer pri­cing has be­come with­in a few years a ma­jor stake of in­ter­na­tion­al tax...
28/02/2008
Nice Court of First In­stance (Tribunal de Grande In­stance) / Sale of for­eign...
Sale of for­eign com­pan­ies' se­cur­it­ies mainly in real es­tate in France: the Nice Court of First In­stance in­val­id­ated the tax au­thor­it­ies' po­s­i­tion and stated that the law re­lat­ing to li­ab­il­ity for trans­fer...