Maitre Nicolas Contis > Kalliopé > Paris, France > Profil de l'avocat

Kalliopé
98 BOULEVARD MALESHERBES
75 017 PARIS
France

Département

Litigation / Commercial contracts / Arbitration

Fonction

Nicolas Contis is one of the founding partner of Kalliopé. He assists big groups, small and mid-sized companies in all their litigation and arbitration cases (tortious liability, contractual liability, shareholder disputes, criminal business law, etc.).

In addition, he has developed a cute expertise in negotiating and drafting complex contracts (particularly, distribution agreements – franchise agreements, commercial agency agreements – sale contracts, provision of services contracts, joint ventures, etc.). He also intervenes in corporate law matters, notably in acquisition and/reorganisation transactions, in synergy with other partners.

Carrière professionnelle

He has been a member of the Paris bar since 2001. Prior to found Kalliopé, Nicolas has practiced at De Pardieu Brocas (2001), Bredin Prat (2002-2004) and Racine (2004-2007) before founding Kalliopé in 2008.

Before commencing his career as a lawyer, he was a legal counsel at the French embassy in Brussels.

Moreover, he teaches at continuing legal education programmes and is called upon colloquia organised in his areas of expertise.

Langues

French and English

Affiliations

Internation Bar Association, Iurope

Formation académique

Nicolas has graduated from La Sorbonne (Paris I) law school (DEA business law and Masters in Business law – year 1999 valedictorian) and the University of Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium (DES economic law).

Prior to that, he had studied for four years at a top business school in Paris, during which he studied abroad at the University of Grahamstown (South Africa) for six months

Classements des avocats

Paris > Secteurs et industries > Energie

Kalliopé assiste de nombreux opérateurs dans le secteur des énergies renouvelables. A la tête de la pratique, Jocelyn Duval dispose d’une solide expertise réglementaire en matière de droit public et de droit de l’environnement, qui est mise à contribution lors de projets et d’opérations portant sur des actifs d’énergies renouvelables. Il intervient notamment en contentieux, en défense des autorisations. Il est aussi le conseil de l’Etat du Tchad dans le développement d’un parc solaire de 32MW dans le pays. Tanguy d’Everlange et Nicolas Contis apportent également leurs contributions pour la gestion des aspects contentieux, commerciaux et de droit des sociétés.