In a profile of S&C’s Paris office in LJA – Le Magazine, “Le charme discret de Sullivan & Cromwell” (“The discreet charm of Sullivan & Cromwell”), Gauthier Blanluet and Olivier de Vilmorin discuss the office’s culture, history and legal work.
The article traces the history of the Parisian office, from its founding in 1927 by William Nelson Cromwell to its first foray into French local law in 1992.
The office, now home to 21 French and U.S. qualified lawyers, reflects the Firm’s generalist approach; associates and partners advise on corporate, M&A, capital markets and transactional tax matters, in addition to a leading tax controversy practice and recent work in private equity, investment management and ESG. “The cases we handle very often have an international component. Generally we work with cross border teams, involving several offices of the firm,” notes Olivier de Vilmorin, Head of S&C’s European M&A practice.
Read “Le charme discret de Sullivan & Cromwell.”
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