Founded in 2009, ADVANT Altana is an independent law firm with 24 partners and 85 lawyers, and is one of the leading business law firms in France. It offers top-level expertise on both advisory and litigation matters to its clients.
ADVANT Altana is highly regarded for its:
. Technical and strategic expertise in advice and litigation with deep understanding of clients’ constraints, activities and cultures.
. Global view of markets, institutions and administrations, providing with new perspectives and insights.
. True collaborative approach to working alongside clients and partners, through specialised and transversal teams.
. Particular know-how on complex issues in highly regulated sectors such as health and life sciences, insurance and banking, construction, TMT and renewable energy
. Strong emphasis on adding value to clients’ activities and projects.
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ADVANT Altana is a member of ADVANT – a European law firm association which is uniquely positioned to give clients the advantage as they navigate the complex and nuanced legal and commercial landscape of Europe. ADVANT member firms are leading legal and tax advisors in their respective jurisdictions. ADVANT is one of the largest European legal advisors. Our combined team is comprised of more than 600 professionals, including more than 145 equity partners in 15 locations across Europe and around the world. The association was established in 2021 by three founding member firms – Altana in France, Beiten Burkhardt in Germany, and Nctm in Italy.
ADVANT Altana is an active member of numerous influential legal and industry associations around the world, including the International Bar Association (IBA), l’Union International des Avocats (UIA), International Trademark Association (INTA), the American Bar Association (ABA) and INSOL International. In addition, the firm is a founding member of LCLIA, an international alliance dedicated to the construction sector.
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Thursday, 18 March 2021 - 2pm CET / 9am EDT
Virtual Roundtable Discussion
We cordially invite you to join the law firms ALTANA, BEITEN BURKHARDT and Nctm for a virtual roundtable discussion on the impact of the evolving FDI regimes in the EU on investment strategies for international investors.
Our speakers will discuss the main governing principles of FDI control in the EU, including the affected sectors and the expected impact on crossborder transactions and investments.
Speakers : Gilles Gaillard (ALTANA | Paris), Dr Rainer Bierwagen (BEITEN BURKHARDT | Brussels), Dr Christian von Wistinghausen (BEITEN BURKHARDT | Berlin), Francesco Mazzocchi (Nctm | Milan)
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Leading Construction Law practitioners discuss the range of ways that contractors assume or are exposed to design liability, and how that risk differs internationally.
- What is Meant by “Design”
- General Legal Principals of Design Risk Allocation Among Jurisdictions
- History and Evolution of Design Responsibility
- Common Contractual Practices
- The Role of “Duty to Warn” and “Notice”
- Emerging Delivery Methods and Delegated Design
- The Role of Technology
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
This webinar will be moderated by Jean-Nicolas Soret, Altana's corporate M&A associate lawyer and an associate member of the IFA, a partner of the ETI club, with the testimony of Olivier Ferrand, Secretary General of the Monnoyeur group.
We have been dealing with the effects of COVID-19 for several months now. As a global health crisis, this unprecedented situation has forced us to rethink the way we interact. We have adapted to new standards, to restrictions on movement. We are coping with this situation in order to maintain our activities as normally as possible while preserving everyone's health.
As always, we are committed to working with you to answer all your questions and requests. Do not hesitate to contact your usual contacts by e-mail or phone.Find all our analyses >