Probity
We practice our profession in strict compliance with our ethics, protecting the interests of our clients
Independence
We pratice our profession independently in the interest of our clients
Loyalty
To our clients and the defence of their interests
Transparency
We work transparently with our clients on both the merits of the case and the billing of our due diligences
Professional secrecy – Confidentiality
All information (oral, written and digital) provided to us by clients is covered by professional secrecy and kept strictly confidential. Their agreement will therefore be essential before any possible disclosure to third parties

A team, with multiple and complementary skills

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David Lutran
Registered lawyer at the Paris Bar/Trained to amicable dispute resolution/ CMAP Accredited mediator

Founder of the firm, David Lutran has been a member of the Paris Bar since 2004. Having made his debut in French diplomacy at the United Nations in New York, he successively practiced in the litigation departments of Vovan & Partners, Gide Loyrette Nouel and Linklaters, before co-founding the law firm Rivedroit Avocats in 2009, of which he was a partner for 7 years and which he left in 2016 to create Lutran Avocats & Médiation. He is a specialist in litigation and has been accredited by the Paris Centre for Mediation and Arbitration (CMAP) since 2017, certified by the French Institute for the Certification of Mediators (IFCM), listed on the list of mediators of the Paris Court of Appeal and referenced by the National Centre of Mediation for Lawyers (CNMA). David works in French, English and Spanish.

David Lutran’s credentials as mediator:

      

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Célina Guichenduc
Registered lawyer at the Paris Bar/Trained to amicable dispute resolution

Associate, Célina Guichenduc is a member of the Paris Bar since 2019. She trained in business law in several Parisian law firms and legal departments of large companies (EDF, Thales). She graduated with a Master 2 in International Business Law from Pantheon Assas University and completed part of her studies at the Sao Paulo Law School in Brazil. Célina trained in amicable modes at the International School of Alternative Dispute Resolution Modes and also began training to practice as a mediator. Célina works in French, English, Spanish and Portuguese.

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