Fasken launches in Paris with local merger and Dewey team hire
Fasken Martineau has opened an office in Paris through a local merger and the addition of a four-lawyer team from Dewey & LeBoeuf. The 650-lawyer Canadian firm has merged with seven-lawyer Paris firm Gravel Leclerc & Partners, as well as adding a Dewey team led by senior counsel Jean-Claude Petilon, who joins as a partner.
Fasken Martineau has opened an office in Paris through a local merger and the addition of a four-lawyer team from Dewey & LeBoeuf.
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