Banking & Finance and Insurance Law in France
4, Place de l'Opéra, Paris, 75002
MANAGEMENT OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN BUSINESS LAW
A BUSINESS LAW FIRM
With a know-how acquired in leading French and international law firms.
Baro Alto associates legal expertise with a close knowledge of the business world.
SPECIALISED IN LITIGATION
To promote a thorough approach to dispute resolution, from prevention to resolution, before any jurisdiction.
We offer our highly skilled experience of prevention and management of disputes before French or international jurisdictions.
A HUMAN-SIZED FIRM
To provide a unique full service offer to our clients in times of extreme tension.
We are highly reactive in managing the various phases of a dispute; our practical approach ensures that your goals are fulfilled and we defend your best interests.
WITH A NETWORK OF CORRESPONDENTS
To respond to our clients’ issues, whether international or going beyond the legal scope.
Our network enables us to monitor our clients’ litigation before any jurisdiction and to ensure a constant level of quality in our services.Show more +
Member of the Paris Bar since 1996, Geraldine Brasier Porterie, partner and co-founder of Baro Alto law firm, began her career in the litigation and insurance departments of PwC law firm before joining Stehlin & Associés law firm in 2003. She became a partner in 2007 and created and headed the litigation and arbitration department. She created Baro Alto Law Firm with Caroline Joly in 2015.
She graduated from the University of Paris II Pantheon Assas (Master I in Litigation), the University of Paris Pantheon Sorbonne (Master II in Insurance Law) and the Queen Mary and Westfield College London.
Foreign languages: English and German
She advises in significant and complex French and international business litigation, particularly in commercial law, economical law, banking and financial law, insurance liability, industrial risks and banking and insurance regulations before any jurisdiction: civil, commercial or criminal courts, regulatory authorities (AMF, ACPR) and European courts (ECJ – European Court of Justice).
She also practices as a counsel regarding insurance and life and non-life insurance contracts and regulations.
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