Tax (Law) in France
122, avenue Charles de Gaulle, Paris
Since the firm was established in 1946, Pichard & Associés has specialised in Family owned holding companies, companies with complex ownership structures and foreign companies established in France, wether listed companies or small and medium businesses.
The firm has been advising clients in the main fields of business law by offering high technicity and personal relationship.
Pichard & Associés offers innovative solutions specially studied. We have thus conceived a specific mode of transferring family interests we have named Family buy-out ® (registered as a trademark by our firm) and which is now widely recognised.
The firm’s lawyers are graduates of prestigious schools and universities (Havard, Ecole Polytechnique, HEC, Sciences-Po, etc.), are admitted to foreign bars and are experienced in devising complex strategies in legal, tax and labour-related matters.
Areas of Expertise
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Labour law
- Family companies
- Litigation and Arbitration
Many foreign groups entrust us with the implementation and development of their subsidiaries, acquisitions of French companies and the overall management of their legal affairs in France. We also assist French companies in the expansion of their activities abroad.
We have developed a global international approach and particularly close links with specific economic zones: Nordic countries, Switzerland, Italy and Japan. We are members and/or directors of the following Chambers of Commerce: French-Finnish, French-Norwegian, Swedish and Japanese in France.
To respond effectively to the international needs of our clients, we rely on the support of a network of associated firms who share our views on the importance of technical skills, reliability, availability and long term relationships. We also work in tandem with our client’s local counsel or any other firm of their choice.
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Benoît Couty advises on the tax aspects of mergers & acquisitions, international group mergers, LBOs and share capital reorganisations. He also has considerable expertise in tax litigation including transfer prices.
Benoît Couty holds a Maîtrise degree in business law and a Masters degree (DESS) in International Business Law.Show more +