Stephanie has been a member of the Paris Bar since 1998, and a member of the IACF (French tax lawyers institute) and of IPEBLA (International Pension & Employee Benefits Lawyers Association). She is fluent in French and in English. As a tax lawyer, she is more particularly specialized in the optimization, from a tax and social security standpoint, of high level executives compensation. Stephanie worked with Slaughter and May, Baker & McKenzie and Capstan (formerly Barthélémy & Associés), a French firm specialized in employment law. She published various articles in relation to employees share schemes and Compensation & Benefits. Stéphanie advises companies on their global compensation strategy and on the implementation of share-based and profit-sharing schemes, and also high level executives in relation to the optimization of their global compensation. Stéphanie also deals with international assignments, more particularly on tax and social security aspects.
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- New withholding tax on share-option gains
- Stock options and international assignments
- Exceptional tax on bonuses paid by French banks and investment institutions (Corrective Finance Bill for 2010)
- Stock-Options and termination for cause
- Social security regime of the conventional termination indemnities and of "Golden parachutes"
Loïc qualified as a member of the Paris Bar in 2000. Loïc specializes in employment and labour law, in an advisory or contentious role. Loïc is fluent in English and French. He graduated from the Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University, from King’s College London (Hons.) and from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Paris (Hons.). Loïc started as an associate with Baker & McKenzie and Denton Wilde Sapte and then worked for almost 7 years with the Paris Employment Pensions & Benefits team of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Loïc especially advises French and foreign companies, specifically in the transportation and logistics, retail and industrial manufacturing business sectors, both for day-to-day matters and for major projects (e.g., sales and acquisitions, moving of premises, collective redundancies, etc.). Loïc also advises individual corporate officers or executives.
Nicolas qualified as a member of the Paris Bar in 2005. Nicolas specializes in employment law (individual and collective matters) with a particular experience in restructurings and sensitive individual and collective litigations. He is fluent in English and French. Nicolas has a PhD in private law from the University Paris I and a post-graduate degree in employment law (DEA) of the same University. Nicolas especially assists French and foreign companies, specifically in the industrial manufacturing and retail business sectors. He acquired his experience at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre. He contributes on a regular basis to a legal magazine (Semaine juridique édition sociale).
Mélissa has been a member of the Paris Bar since 2000. Specialized in mergers and acquisitions, she advises industrial groups or private equity funds in the context of the sale or acquisitions of French companies. Mélissa also assists her clients in business and corporate law, notably with respect to their restructuration deals (mergers, capital contribution and contribution of assets) and joint venture transactions. She also provides support to shareholders and managers in relation to their corporate governance issues and in the implementation of employees share schemes. Mélissa is a graduate of the University of Poitiers (DJCE-DESS droit des sociétés, 1999) and worked with Landwell, August&Debouzy and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP.
Sylvie has been a member of the Paris Bar since 2002. Her areas of practice include both advising and litigation in all aspects related to IT and commercial matters. She advises both services providers and users on structuring, drafting, negotiating and managing their projects and strategic agreements (IT services agreements, outsourcing, telecom infrastructure, teaming agreements, e-commerce, distribution). Sylvie also assists clients in protecting their IP rights during mergers and acquisitions deals and all along their business life and on data protection matters. She is fluent in French, English, Spanish and Portuguese. Graduated from University of Paris X-Nanterre (DEA in Private Law) and from HEC / ESCP-EAP (Postgraduate degree in International Management and Law), she previously worked for Bird&Bird and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
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Caroline has been a member of the Paris Bar since 1996, and she is a registered mediator at the Paris Mediation and Arbitration Center (CMAP) . As a litigation lawyer, she assists and represents her clients before civil, commercial and criminal courts and trough alternative dispute resolution procedures, such as mediation. She also provides pre-litigation assistance and risks assessment. She designs liability-management tools such as delegations of powers. She is fluent in French and in English. Caroline worked with Coopers & Lybrand, which became Landwell & Associés (member of Price Waterhouse Coopers, PwC). She published various articles related to managers liabilities and a book on the specific offence of misuse of assets. She is also a lecturer in several universities. Caroline advises companies willing to introduce legal actions or facing such actions, shareholders facing disputes or seller’s garanty actions and corporate managers who want to anticipate and mitigate their liabilities.
Sonia has been a member of the Paris Bar since 1998. As a corporate tax lawyer, she assists companies on various matters of their tax affairs but also on their restructuring operations. Sonia is fluent in French and in English. She worked in the Telecom-High Tech department of PricewaterhouseCoopers (formerly named as Landwell & Associés) before joining August & Debouzy law firm. In the framework of asset or share deals, Sonia advises also the individuals on their personal taxes and on the patrimonial impacts deriving from those transactions. Sonia has also a great experience of the tax audit procedures (including tax litigation) and assists regularly taxpayers for their claims before the French Revenue. She advises both French companies and foreign enterprises in their inbound investments.
Nicolas has been a member of the Paris Bar since 2006. He is specialized in domestic and international tax law. He more particularly deals with compensation and benefits and with international assignments. Nicolas is fluent in French and in English. Before joining Lexcom, Nicolas worked with Capstan (formerly Barthélémy & Associés), a French employment law firm, and Landwell.
Aurélie is a member of the Paris Bar since 2010. She specializes in mergers and acquisitions. Aurélie also works in corporate and business law. She is fluent in French, English and Spanish. Aurélie graduated from the Law department of the Robert Schuman University in Strasbourg and from the Los Andes University in Bogotá.
Corinne is a lawyer at Lexcom since September 2011. Her areas of practice include both advising and litigation in all aspects related to IT and commercial matters. Her areas of practice include both advising and litigation in all aspects related to IT and commercial matters. Corinne also works in protecting IP rights and in data protection matters. She is fluent in French, English and German. Graduated from University of Paris XIII (Master in Management of Intellectual property) and from University Paris I and Cologne (Double diploma in French and German Law), she previously worked for one year for an international IT services company.
Romain is an associate with Lexcom since 2011. He mainly works on general commercial litigation and white collar issues. He is fluent in French and English. Romain graduated from the law department of the French University Paris-Dauphine (Paris IX) and hold a certificate in "Conflict and dispute resolution" from the New York University.