Arbitration and Litigation
STCPARTNERS assists French and foreign medium-sized and large companies, investors, shareholders, managers and directors in the resolution of pre-trial disputes, ADR procedures and/or litigations before French civil, commercial and criminal Courts.
In addition, we have a long-standing experience in international arbitration, either institutional (in particular, ICC) or ad hoc, in France or abroad.
STCPARTNERS also has a specific expertise in assisting French and foreign companies in Intellectual Property cases before national and European offices, and before civil and criminal Courts.
Taking a preventive view to foster the proper completion of clients’ transactions, the team usually gets involved upstream the litigation and alongside the other relevant practices, with respect to litigations pertaining to investments, divestments, due diligence, pre-trial or settlement negotiations.
Complex dispute resolution
The Arbitration and Litigation practice is renowned for its ability to handle complex disputes involving diverse skills and proceedings before all kinds of jurisdictions including state and arbitration courts.
Whilst composed of experienced lawyers with strong expertise with diverse types of litigations, the Arbitration and Litigation practice develops and offers tailored dispute resolution strategies to its clients with strong industry knowledge and provides adapted solutions to the economic challenges and time constraints which are inherent to each case.
As the case requires, our experts may act before any relevant court, be it commercial, arbitral, civil, criminal or disciplinary.
Corporate criminal risk management
The Arbitration and Litigation practice assists managers and corporates with the management of corporate criminal risk and more generally, across the full spectrum of criminal issues that they may encounter.
Criminal issues are dealt with by our team of experts alongside managers and entities involved and upstream of such risks.
To this end, our lawyers regularly implement internal procedures and delegations of powers with a view to identify and prevent such risks and to enhance risk management.