The services provided at Mazars are company oriented, both on the multinational and on the local levels, with the clear objective of helping businesses reach a high level of reliability and competitiveness within the development of their activities.

Mazars is established in more than 91  countries via 33,000  professionals in an internationally integrated network which guarantees the multidisciplinary approach and international quality of our services.
The main areas in our legal practice are:

Corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions

Corporate work and M&A transactions are the core business of Mazars, in particular in cross-border contexts. Such transactions have become more and more complex over the years.

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Banking and Finance

Mazars advises on complex Banking, Finance and Capital Markets transactions, both domestic and cross-border.

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Real Estate

Real estate and its related investments are important economic factors. They often require the expenditure of substantial funds and are frequently subject to governmental regulation and political influences, as in the case of sale of public domain property.

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Restructuring and Insolvency

One of Mazars' core practice areas is corporate restructuring. Its experts in labour, insourcing, corporate and tax law work in close co-operation with financial advisors and are able to quickly assess the financial situation of businesses in difficulties.

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Labour and Pensions

Mazars represents and advises a wide range of international clients on all aspects of employment law, from advice at the outset of an employment relationship through to its termination, on both contentious and non-contentious issues.
The firm advises its clients in order to optimize and implement their employment strategy, in compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

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Litigation and Arbitration

Mazars represents and assists its domestic and foreign clients on a wide variety of complex commercial and tax disputes involving multiple claims and parties before the various tribunals and courts in its local jurisdictions. It also represents major groups and banks as well as governments in proceedings before the European Courts.

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