Marie-Aimée Peyron leads Squire Patton Boggs litigation practice in the Paris office. Her particular expertise covers insolvency and employment, commercial, banking and corporate litigation, in respect of directors' and officers' civil and criminal liability, and enforcement proceedings.

    Marie-Aimée is currently Vice President of the National Bar Council (“Conseil National des Barreaux”) and a Member of the Conseil de Discipline de Paris. She is formerly member of the Conseil de l’Ordre de Paris and Honorary President of the Union des Jeunes Avocats de Paris. In 2008, Marie-Aimée was awarded the Legion d’Honneur.

    Publications and Miscellaneous

    • Chief Editor/Rédacteur en Chef for Avocats & Droit, 2006-2008
    • Numerous publications in various legal publications e.g. Le MoniteurLa Tribune and Décideurs Juridiques, 2006-2008.
    • Creation and launch of TV Droit on the web
    • Multiple public speaking engagements for seminars organised with the Halde, Forum du droit, EFE
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    • Acting on behalf of a large international plant-care company and its insurer in a multimillion Euro lawsuit (product liability).
    • Defending numerous employers in various individual employment litigations.
    • Acting on behalf of large companies (as a defendant) sued by workers unions.
    • Defending companies in contested collective agreements for different Industrial Groups (more than 50 employees).
    • Defending different major automotive suppliers on a claim regarding the calculation of work council resources.
    • Representing the HALDE in different discrimination litigations.

    Education

    • Panthéon-Assas University, Maîtrise, en Droit en Droit Privé
    • Université Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle, Certificat, de langue et civilisation russe de l’Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales

    Admissions

    • Paris, 1989

    Languages

    • French
    • Russian

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