Christian Chemin

Lawyer admitted to the Paris Bar in 1973
Specialised diplomas in economic law and intellectual property law
Member of the French Association of Competition Studies (Association Française d’Etudes de la Concurrence) (AFEC) and the International Bar Association (IBA), Business Law Section
Languages: French, English


Areas of Expertise
Commercial law
Economic law and competition law
International commercial law
Intellectual property law

Christian Chemin practised as a lawyer with the law firms Goldsmith Chartier Delvolvé, Ader Brossollet Jolibois Nouel and Ravalec Raccat before establishing the Firm with his partners in 1980, which is now called Forensis. His expertise in business law, litigation and international business has led him to act on behalf of French and foreign clients:
he has advised clients in the distribution, luxury goods, financial and industrial sectors regarding the negotiation and drafting of complex agreements in France and abroad, the implementation of distribution networks through the creation of subsidiaries or the implementation of representation or agency agreements,
in relation to the protection of their intellectual property rights (trademarks, drawings and designs),
he has advised these clients on their restructuring operations with regard to sales or acquisitions of subsidiaries or entities and, in particular, businesses or business assets,
in litigation before the courts or arbitration tribunals.