About Berniaud Avocats
As a proactive perspective, Berniaud Avocats develops long-term partnerships with its clients
Berniaud Avocats provides the best defense for disputes
Our firm provides assistance in the mediation, prevention and resolution of disputes
Our mid-size firm combines local and international expertise
As a retired French Navy officer, Ms Berniaud has extensive expertise in maritime issues and at-sea law enforcement, resulting in a strong commitment to the defense and promotion of France’s maritime interests.
Ms Berniaud furthered her team management skills with her first position as a human resource director.
A graduate in Russian with a Master’s degree in management from ESCP and a PhD in Social Law, Ms Berniaud has taught law in France, at the British Royal Naval College (BRNC) and at the military academy.
Her international vision stems from her years leaving in Germany and Ukraine, as well as from her numerous professional assignments abroad. Ms Berniaud is fluent in French, English, German and Russian.
WHY CHOOSE BERNIAUD AVOCATS ?
Ms Berniaud boasts in-depth knowledge in her specific areas of practice: Maritime Law and Law of the Sea, Labor Law, Contract Law, and Environmental Law
The firm offers expertise in an array of areas and collaborates with a network of correspondents with complementary skills
Our firm prides itself on being attentive to its clients’ needs and on offering structured fees
WHO ARE OUR CLIENTS ?
Berniaud Avocats represents large companies in their disputes with URSSAF, and assists them with their international activities or their worker compensation or occupational illness cases
Berniaud Avocats advises small and medium-sized companies as well as very small businesses on employee management and labor issues: work contracts, disputes, application of new laws, etc
Berniaud Avocats advises people in France and abroad (local or international civil servants, salaried employees and managers).
The firm also assists individuals and businesses who have contracted a loan or the installation of production units for the resale of electricity with a failing service provider.