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A national player in the field of law, DELSOL Avocats is a law firm dedicated to solving problems encountered in every aspect of business life.

We are deeply aware of the complexity of business transactions and the high level of risk to which economic players might be exposed.

We are aware that it is often essential to have a sounding board when making decisions relating to, for example, legal and tax issues, finances, assets, business relations and commerce.

We also understand the need for advice on the short, medium and long term implications of entering into transactions in different jurisdictions.

DELSOL Avocats is a member of the international network PARLEX. Our teams have access to an informal network of foreign correspondents (« best friends ») who share our approach and demands for interpersonal skills and efficiency.

CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY GOOD PRACTICES  TAX REDUCTION OR DEDUCTIBLE EXPENSE  CORPORATE INTEREST PHILANTHROPY AND THE ADVENT OF MISSION-LED BUSINESSES

CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY GOOD PRACTICES TAX REDUCTION OR DEDUCTIBLE EXPENSE CORPORATE INTEREST PHILANTHROPY AND THE ADVENT OF MISSION-LED BUSINESSES

Corporate philanthropy is faring well, even though it is still a recent practice compared to philanthropy overall. In France, corporate philanthropy effectively stems from the law on corporate foundations adopted relatively recently, on 4 July 1990[1]. It is in fact quite significant to see how difficult it was for the ... Read More »

French contract law reform

French contract law reform

The long-awaited French contract law reform just came into force on October 1st, 2016, pursuant to an Ordinance dated February 11, 2016. This reform is one of the most important milestones in the elaboration of French contract law rules since the birth of the Napoleonian Code in 1804… The reform aims at ... Read More »

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