Aymeric Discours represents clients in general mergers and acquisitions, and commercial litigation, including large contractual disputes, industrial risk, product liability cases, restructuring and white-collar criminal defense. He has gained significant experience in trying several cases before the civil, commercial and criminal French courts.
Previously, Aymeric spent five years at other international law firms. He is also a published writer.
Advising more than 70 French claimants against the Luxembourg subsidiary of a Swiss bank, and its asset management company, in a dispute arising out of the liquidation of a multi-compartment Luxembourg investment company with variable capital (société d’investissement à capital variable (SICAV)) as a result of the Madoff fraud
Defense of a real estate asset manager in a dispute arising out of sales negotiations breakdowns, which occurred as a result of a takeover bid targeting the owner of the assets on sale
Defense of a leading pharmaceutical company in a shareholder litigation aiming at having a special purpose trustee (mandatairead hoc) appointed by a commercial court to temporarily manage a subsidiary specializing in orphan diseases
Advising a French leading electronic communications network provider in several unfair competition litigation proceedings, against traditional or public-initiative network competitors
Advising a Brazilian industrial company in pre-trial technical and financial expert proceedings arising out of an industrial oven drilling, caused by the inadequacy of the materials used in the oven refractory lining refurbishment, which caused the leakage of molten ferromanganese
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