Simon Wesley, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Foreign Investments, Mergers and Acquisitions, International Commercial Litigation, Distribution, Labor Law. Member of Bignon & Lebray.
Wesley, Simon was born on December 11, 1951.
University of Kent at Canterbury (Law and Social Sciences, 1972). Spoken languages: English and French.
Worked at Bignon & Lebray (Paris) specializing in General French, European Community and International Practice. Corporate, Reorganization, Real Estate, Construction, Commercial Leases, Banking, Financial, Securities, Stock Exchange Regulations, International Contracts, Antitrust, Unfair Competition, Distributorship, Agency, Franchise, Product Liability, Patent and Trademark, Environment, Labor, Taxation, Litigation, Arbitration, Spanish Business Law. Admitted to appear before all French Courts and The European Community Court of Justice.
Some Lawyers of the firm are admitted to appear before certain foreign courts. Admitted to the bar, 1976, Supreme Court of England and Wales. 1991, Lyon.
(Resident, Lyon Office).
Originally founded in 1982, Bignon & Lebray is dedicated to providing corporate law assistance. Composed of a multidisciplinary team, it renders legal advice and counselling or litigation in all branches of business law, from a domestic, European and international perspective.