The world's leading property market
Conférence | March.12.2019 - March.15.2019Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France
Orrick is pleased to be attending this year’s MIPIM 2019, the leading global real estate industry event – especially as it celebrates its 30th edition. Orrick’s international Real Estate practice, which has a distinct focus on sophisticated real estate private equity and credit transactions, including joint ventures, acquisitions and dispositions of large real estate portfolios, developments and complex finance and distressed debt transactions, will be represented by a global roster of lawyers from across our European and U.S. offices.
On Wednesday, March 13, we will be hosting a private party aboard the Sea Lion at Jetée Albert Edouard, and will also be setting up individual meetings throughout the conference.
Please email Nhung Bernard to RSVP for the private party or to book a meeting with any of our real estate law professionals.
We look forward to meeting you in Cannes!
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Sarah Fleury is a Real Estate lawyer based in Orrick’s Paris office. She serves as Head of the French Real Estate Group. Sarah's practice focuses on advising domestic and international investors on property and development transactions.
Sarah’s practice focuses on real estate M&A (purchase and disposal of companies owning properties and of real estate portfolios, sale and lease-back transactions as well as asset and share deals). She has a broad experience advising foreign clients and new players who enter the French real estate market.
According to Legal 500, Sarah Fleury receives praises from clients for her “creative skills in searching for solutions”. Her very recent experience includes hospitality investments and office building acquisitions.
She also has a considerable track record in commercial leases, construction and real-estate related litigation cases.
Sarah Fleury joined Orrick Rambaud Martel from the Paris office of Linklaters LLP. Prior to that, she worked at De Pardieu Brocas Maffei.
Emanuela Molinaro is a partner at Orrick, based in the Milan office and member of the Real Estate group within the Finance team.
With a solid corporate background, she has advised on real estate aspects of a wide range of corporate transactions and has also gained significant experience in the area of real estate transactions and construction law, having assisted domestic and international investors in connection with various property and property-development transactions in Italy, including the disposal of complex real estate portfolios, sale and lease-back transactions, land acquisition and building redevelopment.
Emanuela is ranked in Chambers & Partners since many years in Band 3 for Real Estate with the comment: 'Emanuela Molinaro is widely appreciated for her "practical solutions." She acts for both domestic and international clients on the full spectrum of real estate issues.'
She has also a considerable experience in advising on a wide range of corporate transactions also with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, private equity, corporate finance transactions and on-going assistance to corporate clients as well as financial institutions.
Dr. Hans Felix Schäfer, Counsel in Orrick's Düsseldorf office, is a member of the Real Estate Group.
Felix has particular experience in the infrastructure and logistics sectors, where he has been focused on real estate transactions, structuring of real estate investments, fund counseling and private equity as well as restructuring of real estate financings. He has also advised on a series of diverse large scale project developments as well as (portfolio) transactions for German and international clients.
Felix previously worked at international law firms Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and DLA Piper UK LLP. He served as inhouse counsel with ProLogis Germany Management GmbH and spent two years with HFK Law Offices. Most recently, he was an associated partner with independent German law firm Graf von Westphalen.
Felix attended the University of Cologne, where he received his doctorate degree. He has been acknowledged as "frequently recommended" in the field of Real Estate by JUVE Handbook of German Law Firms (2012/2013) and is member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Marshall Brozost is a Real Estate lawyer in Orrick’s New York office and serves as head of the New York Real Estate Group.
He focuses on complex real estate transactions on behalf of institutional and private equity investors. In addition, his practice encompasses all aspects of commercial real estate investment, from purchases and sales, formation of joint ventures and real estate funds to mortgage and mezzanine financing, REIT structuring, workouts and leasing. His clients include State Street Global Advisors, Phoenix Realty Group, Arel Capital and The Praedium Group, as well as other real estate private equity funds, investment advisers, domestic and foreign institutional investors, lenders and developers. He also advises on CMBS and merger and acquisition transactions.
Marshall is recognized for his real estate and finance work in Legal 500 and described by clients as “exceptional” in the field.
Marshall previously was a partner at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP and Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP.
Amaury de Feydeau is a Banking & Finance lawyer based in Orrick's Paris office with a particular focus on project finance, real estate finance, structured finance and restructuring.
He advises arrangers and sponsors on complex infrastructure, PPP, concessions and property portfolio financing transactions, in France and abroad. Amaury is recognized as a leading lawyer in France. According to Chambers & Partners, clients describe him as “creative and a real solution-finder”. He regularly participates in the drafting of complex agreements for the financings of public facilities, notably public buildings and infrastructure, renewable energy projects, power plants and telecom grids. Recently, he has represented Allianz Global Investors, Bayern LB, BTMU and HSBC in the financing of the Cité Musicale on Seguin Island (Paris) which won the MIPIM Award 2015 for Best Futura Project and was the first PPP financed using securitization in France.
Amaury has also a substantial experience in real estate which includes the financing of a variety of complex French and pan-European portfolios and their restructuring. He advises on the financing of the acquisition or the construction and rehabilitation of offices, hotels and commercial buildings, as well as their securitization aspects and restructuring. He has represented arrangers and sponsors such as Benson Eliot, Blackstone, BNP Paribas, Citigroup, Colony, Deutsche Bank AG, Foncière Euris, EuroHypo, HSBC France, Lone Star, Metrovacesa, Natixis, RREEF, SEB, Société Générale, RBS and Westbrook.
Amaury joined Orrick in 2007, after four years with the Real Estate and Finance departments of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
Amaury de Feydeau is also a visiting lecturer at the business school HEC in Real Estate Finance.
Carine Mou Si Yan is a member of the firm’s Banking & Finance Group, based in Paris.
Dual-qualified in Paris and New York, Carine counsels on French and cross-border banking and finance transactions, including the financing and refinancing aspects of restructuring transactions and real estate finance.
Carine has been involved in numerous restructuring transactions, ranging from small but complex to major restructurings. She advises both debtors and creditors in numerous industry sectors, such as construction, heavy industry, paper, transportation, energy distribution network, hospitality, food retail and real estate.
She also has deep experience in real estate finance with respect to a wide range of real estate assets, such as commercial, office, logistics, hotels and infrastructure properties, acting for borrowers and lenders, whether credit institutions or alternative fund providers.
Carine earned her LL.M. from NYU Law and her J.D. from Paris II Panthéon Assas and Paris XII Créteil.
Emmanuel Ringeval, partner in Orrick’s Paris office, is a banking and finance lawyer.
Emmanuel represents French and international financial institutions, corporates, private equity funds and alternative capital providers on French and cross borders transactions. He focuses on leveraged finance, direct lending and restructuring transactions.
Emmanuel has also developed a substantial experience in the energy and infrastructure sector in the context of complex financing and refinancing transactions involving loan and/or bond financings.
Before joining Orrick in 2016, Emmanuel was a partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and at Weil, Gotshal & Manges.
Diane Lamarche, Partner, is a Litigation lawyer based in Orrick's Paris office, Orrick Rambaud Martel. Diane focuses her practice on representing major French and foreign companies before the relevant courts. She is also involved in international arbitration matters and corporate transactions.
Diane focuses her practice on commercial, white-collar crime, mergers and acquisitions, securities law and corporate litigations. She also deals with international arbitration matters.
Moreover, Diane assists leading listed or non-listed companies on financial and securities transactions and on the negotiation of complex agreements. She also advises distressed companies on the prevention and management of their difficulties.
Diane has developed a notable expertise in corporate governance of listed companies. In this field, she advises corporate officers and board members subject to liability and disciplinary proceedings.
Graduated both in finance and law, Diane trained in investment banks (within the M&A department of Lazard in London and the Equity Capital Markets department of HSBC in Paris) and in business law firms (Gide Loyrette Nouel and Bredin Prat), prior to joining Orrick Rambaud Martel in 2007.
Marine Lallemand is a Litigation lawyer in Orrick’s Paris office. She is devoted to assisting companies handling complex crises and sensitive disputes, whether corporate, commercial or financial.
With a substantial track record advising French and international industrials, services companies, technology and emerging companies (start-ups), financial institutions and investment funds, Marine has developed a particular know-how on insolvency, distressed M&A and contentious corporate matters such as shareholders’ disputes and post-acquisition litigation.
Ranked “Up and Coming” by Chambers, clients described her as “proficient, effective and very responsive” and praised her for her direct approach and capacity for succinct analysis.
Clients also rely on Marine to help them in complex international commercial disputes involving multiple jurisdictions. She additionally advises on financial services litigation and white-collar crime issues.
Marine provides strategic advice, in pre-litigation or litigation phases, and represents clients before French courts and regulators. She also offers deep expertise in internal and international arbitration and alternative means to solve conflicts outside of the courtroom (ADR).
Before Orrick, Marine was an associate at Willkie Farr & Gallagher and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
Patrick Tardivy is an M&A and Private Equity lawyer in our Paris Office and the Office Leader.
Patrick advises French and international clients on all aspects of corporate law. He mainly intervenes on M&A and Private Equity matters as well as joint-ventures. He specializes in the sectors of aerospace and defense, as well as energy and infrastructures, and real estate investments. He also has experience in investments in Francophone Africa.
According to Legal 500 EMEA 2016, clients praise Patrick for his “excellent business acumen to match in-depth legal experience”.
Before joining Orrick in 2016, Patrick was a partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
Guillaume Kessler is an M&A and private equity lawyer in Orrick's Paris office.
Guillaume advises on corporate finance transactions, including public and private domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, takeovers, take privates, private equity and venture capital, restructurings and international joint ventures. He acts for French and international clients, including public and private companies, private equity houses and investment banks across a wide range of sectors, including tech, e-commerce, media and retail.
Recently, Guillaume advised:
Olga gets deals done. She uses her unique negotiation and organizational skills to achieve results. Olga especially excels at challenging, high-stake international deals.
Over her over 20-year career, Olga has closed hundreds of M&A projects in a variety of areas. She specializes in high-end tech, logistics, transportation and real estate projects. Many of her transactions are in private equity.
Qualified to practice New York, English and Russian law, she is uniquely positioned to work on international transactions. In addition, she has worked from three continents – the United States (New York and Washington, D.C.), Moscow and Tokyo.
Prior to joining the firm in 2005 as a partner, Olga was a partner at Coudert Brothers LLP.
Olga is listed in Chambers, in Band 2 for Corporate/M&A experts abroad. One of the recent Chambers Global stated: "Clients praise her efficiency and enthusiasm, claiming that she 'really understands business logic and allows us to progress quickly"; and Chambers Europe stated: "Much of the firm's positive feedback is directed towards Olga Sirodoeva, who is applauded for her 'amazing style and knowledge.' ... Her approach to negotiations is particularly valuable, report clients."