Provided by Marie Danis
Marie Danis is a partner within the Litigation, Arbitration and White-Collar Crime department of August Debouzy. She advises French and foreign clients in connection with international arbitration and business litigation cases. She has received recognition in various French and international lawyer rankings and has developed specific expertise in arbitration related to post-acquisition disputes and in obtaining evidence.
Marie Danis was admitted to the Paris Bar in 1997. She joined August Debouzy in 2009 as a partner after beginning her career at Freshfields.
She is involved in the organisation called Paris, Place d’Arbitrage and is responsible for promoting Paris internationally in relation with arbitration. She is a member of the board of directors of the Association Française d’Arbitrage and also teaches arbitration at the EFB and at university.
ICCA (International Council for Commercial Arbitration)
IBA (International Bar Association)
Paris, Place d’Arbitrage: board member
IAI (International Arbitration Institute)
IPBA (Inter Pacific Bar Association)
AFA (French Arbitration Association): board member
Marie Danis acts on post-acquisition, damages claims, asset recovery and distribution cases, with further experience in handling banking disputes. One source says: "She is certainly very solution-oriented; thinking outside the box, always finding solutions and serving the client properly."
Marie Danis of August Debouzy "is exceptionally bright and great at breaking down complex concepts and explaining them clearly," says one client, before going on to add: "Her advice is practical and she is extremely diligent and always available." She assists clients with arbitration cases in the banking, aerospace and TMT sectors. She also handles setting aside proceedings.