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News 06 Nov. 2007
November 6, 2007, New York, NY - International law firm Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP (Curtis) is relocating its Paris office to larger premises at 6, avenue Vélasquez, a renovated building near Parc Monceau. The new office can accommodate approximately 35 lawyers.
'The growing Paris office is a key part of Curtis' strategic expansion plan' said Peter Wolrich, managing partner of Curtis' Paris office. 'Paris has become an increasingly important legal market. Our larger office will boost our ability to serve a wider range of clients and a wider range of client needs through a truly integrated multi-jurisdictional practice.'
Curtis Paris focuses on corporate, finance, real estate, infrastructure projects and arbitration matters and advises clients on questions of French, American and European Union law.
This move in Paris is part of the expansion Curtis has undertaken in Europe and the Middle East, including expanded offices in London and Frankfurt and a new office in Istanbul.