With the arrival of Me Jean-Mathieu Luciani, a lawyer specializing in corporate law and mergers and acquisitions, the Bignon Lebray law firm in Aix-en-Provence now has three partners with complementary skills. “ This field was lacking in Aix-en-Provence and, even if it is a national firm and the experts travel easily, it is always more pleasant when there is a local relay to go to the meet clients, present the firm and bring this new skill “, indicates Me Jean-Mathieu Luciani.
” Our ambition is to continue to expand our offer by exploring the areas of law. Steps have been taken to integrate a partner in real estate law by the end of the year “, continues Me Julien Lecat, associate lawyer in charge of the business law department. At his side, Me Lise-Aure Jourdain deals with labor law and commercial law. Two collaborators support them.
A national collaboration
For the three partners, the advantage of belonging to a national structure, organized into departments of expertise, is to be able to call on other lawyers in the department and thus respond to greater demand. ” We are a team. Every month, we organize meetings by skills department, we share our current files in order to benefit from the experience of those who have already intervened on such and such an issue. These meetings are also an opportunity to scan the news, prepare our newsletters and exchange between specialists on our subject. “, testifies Me Julien Lecat who joined the Aix firm ten years ago.
” Throughout the national territory, the firm has around a hundred lawyers. It is a unique structure, located on a Lille-Marseille axis which passes through Paris and Lyon. We don’t work on a network “, he wishes to clarify.
Soon 30 years of seniority for Bignon Lebray in Aix
” To energize the firm, we have set up innovative communication, by offering weekly podcasts tackling current topics, webinars for tax news, for example, and newsletters are sent to our clients taking into account their field. of interest “, underlines Me Julien Lecat.
Bignon Lebray is a business law firm that is said to be full service, that is to say that it offers a range of services which are of interest to companies, ETIs and SMEs. This, in all areas, whether social, tax, company law, contracts, litigation, public law, etc.
This year, the Bignon Lebray firm will celebrate its fortieth anniversary. While the Aix office, opened by Rémi de Gaulle, will celebrate its thirtieth anniversary next year.