Areas of practice

Civil litigation (Personal law, divorce, liquidation of matrimonial property regime, union and marriage contracts, parentage, tort and contractual liability)

Commercial and banking litigation (breakdown of talks, contractual liability)

Industrial litigation and defective products

Real estate and construction law litigation

Criminal litigation and more specifically, in the interest of victims

Practice of Mediation and Collaborative Law, Participatory Procedure

Languages

French
English

Contacts

E-mail : gmadec@lmbeavocats.com
Tel : +33 (0)1 43 12 80 80
Fax : +33 (0)1 43 12 80 99

Legal Secretary : Isabelle Reverdy

E-mail : ireverdy@lmbeavocats.com

Gwénaëlle Madec is a seasoned litigator with a dispute resolution expertise in Commercial Law litigation, Product Liability disputes and Private Client litigation (including estate and family law). She has developed a robust practice in Criminal Law and White-Collar Crime as well as in Libel and Defamation matters where she represents French and international clients before criminal courts. Gwénaëlle is also involved for many years in the representation before French courts of not for profit organizations fighting against child abuse.

Work Experience

  • Founding partner of LMBE (since April 2005)
  • Liberal individual exercise of the profession of lawyer (2003 – 2005)
  • Staff member of BOURDON-VOITURIEZ (2002 – 2003)
  • Staff member of VILLARD ET ASSOCIES (1998 – 2002)
  • Off Counsel of NGO-MIGUERES & amp; Associates (1998 – 2004)
  • Staff member of ADAMAS (1996 – 1998)

Education

  • Lawyer at the Paris Bar (1996)
  • Certificate issued by the French Association of Collaborative Law Practitioners (AFPDC) / (IAC) (2015)
  • DESS in Business Law, René Descartes- Paris V University
  • DESS Applied Taxation, René Descartes- Paris V University
  • Graduated in Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology, University of Paris V

Other business activities

  • Member and board member of THE VOICE OF THE CHILD Association
  • Member of the IDFP (Mediation and alternative dispute resolution) and of the AFPDC (Collaborative Law)
  • Former Lecturer at the University of Saint Quentin en Yvelines in personal law