Since 2004, Teynier Pic has been ranked among the best firms specializing in international arbitration. In 2009, Teynier Pic received the award of the “Best International Arbitration Law Firm” by the French guide Leaders League (“Décideurs Strategie Droit Finance Innovation”). Teynier Pic was also ranked as one of the best international arbitration firms on the French market by the several French and international guides such as “Who’s Who Legal“, “Legal 500” (France and EMEA), “Chambers” (Global and Europe), “Option Droit & Affaires”, and “Bestlawyers”.

The expertise of the individual partners of the firm, whether as counsel or arbitrator, has been recognized.

In addition to recognition for its core practice, Teynier Pic has also been recognized for its expertise in other fields such as commercial litigation (and in particular corporate-related litigation and industrial claims and risks related litigation) and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

What the team is known for: Strong reputation for contentious matters, notably in international arbitration. Advises both French and international clients on disputes across a wide range of industries, including investments, construction, technology and pharmaceuticals.

Strengths (Quotes mainly from clients) “The lawyers are great, commercially oriented and very good at what they do.” “I was very impressed that the lawyers took the time and trouble to learn these cases inside out.” – Chambers Europe 2015 France Dispute Resolution International Arbitration.

Teynier Pic acts on behalf of first class French companies such as Thales and Soufflet, as well as on behalf of African States. The team is composed of a dozen of lawyers who act in commercial arbitration proceedings, in particular in relation with Africa and natural resources.” – The Legal 500 Paris 2014-2015.

What the team is known for: Noted for commercial and investment arbitration expertise, as well as ADR work. Key clients include states and private companies.” – Chambers Europe 2015 France Dispute Resolution International Arbitration.




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