Brown Rudnick has closed its office in Paris, ceasing operations after nine years in the French capital.

The U.S.-based firm opened in Paris in December 2013 with three lawyers: partner Sebastien Bonnard from the French firm Lacourte Raquin Tatar, a senior associate and an associate. A second partner, Nicholas Tse, who was head of Brown Rudnick’s international arbitration group and based in London, was named co-leader of the Paris office, along with Bonnard.