Harris, Joanne
December 2005
Lawyer;12/12/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 48, p7
Trade Publication
The article presents information about Nomos Corp. (Nomos), a law firm. Nomos is a small company with 35 lawyers including nine partners who are based in Paris, France. Nomos operates as the French equivalent of a limited-liability partnership. The company's services are related to three principal areas: consumer goods; media and entertainment; and private equity. According to the company's partner Eric Lauvaux, Nomos needs to work in close association with its clients in order to provide efficient services. Lauvaux believes that competition in the legal market will become harder in France.


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