DELSOL Avocats is a full service law firm whose ambition is to meet clients’ legal needs relating to disputes and transactional projects.
Driven by strong convictions, the firm advises and defends a wide range of clients, including industrial corporations, medium-size companies, financial institutions, investment funds, not-for-profit organizations and public entities.
Number of professionals: 180 (120 lawyers)
Emmanuel Kaeppelin - TELFA Link Partner
«Being member of TELFA implies making sure that our clients' international needs are addressed by lawyers from reputable law firms, combining professional expertise with personal attention. »
- DELSOL Avocats June 2021 newsletter released - Structuring our practices to pursue our development strategy
July 1, 2021
A newsletter dedicated to our firm's development strategy aiming at structuring our practices to better address our clients' needs. Focus on new partners : , and who shed light on various hot topics : PGE, prêt participatif and obligations Relance: which schemes to support businesses? The changing property sales and rental market in the aftermath of Covid-19 Post-pandemic recovery and…
- Delsol one more year recognised in the Legal 500 rankings!
May 3, 2021
In 2021, Delsol Avocats has been recognised by the prestigious directory in the following practice areas: Construction Data Privacy and Data Protection Health care & life sciences – Leading professional: Jeanne BOSSI MALAFOSSE M&A The regions (Lyon) Private equity : venture and growth capital
- DELSOL Avocats' Real Estate department continues to grow with the arrival of Adrien WILLIOT as Partner
March 22, 2021
DELSOL Avocats gains a new Partner, Adrien WILLIOT, in the firm's Real Estate department, which now has (11) lawyers, including (3) partners (with Nathalie PEYRON and Benoît BOUSSIER) and one (1) counsel (Virginie DELANNOY). The Real Estate department assists a diverse panel of French and international players with their real-estate business, providing both advisory and…
- DELSOL Avocats latest newsletter released
January 4, 2021
The Covid-19 epidemic and the development of home-working have multiplied vulnerabilities and prompted cybercriminals to take advantage of this unprecedented situation. The December edition of DELSOL Avocats’ biannual newsletter therefore focuses on cybersecurity : how can organisations anticipate, act and respond. The recent arrival of a 28th partner within the firm is also mentioned : Thomas AMICO joined…