Creation of Swift Litigation, the niche firm in complex business litigation

After a career in the best law firms, both French and Anglo-Saxon, Julien Martinet has just launched his own firmSwift Litigation, around a well-targeted support offer: complex business litigation, in its civil, regulatory and criminal aspects. An unavoidable signature of trust and excellence, carried by a close-knit team of experienced lawyers.

Sharp and constructive expertise on new litigation issues

In close contact with the academic world and drawing on his research work, Julien Martinet has a perspective that allows him to prevent and resolve conflict situations.

A reference in the support of banking establishments, particularly in high-stakes litigation, Julien Martinet mobilizes in the service of his clients a know-how resulting from long years of practice. He is a driving force behind innovative defense strategies to respond to new issues.

He is a privileged interlocutor vis-à-vis regulators in a context of tightening sanctions, the valued adviser of companies confronted with whistleblowers, and an expert in private international law issues, in particular those related to the blocking regulation.

Swift Litigation also stands out for its ability to anticipate and adapt to new litigation issues, whether in terms of ESG standards, ethics, new forms of shareholder activism or cybercrime.

An ambitious and growing niche firm

With ten people already and others in the process of being recruited, Swift Litigation provides its clients with a team of demanding and technical lawyers, able to understand all the issues involved in a case. Their strong knowledge of the banking, finance and industry sectors enables them to offer optimal advice, without having to involve too many people.

“Relevance, innovation, availability and efficiency are the fundamentals of Swift Litigation”, emphasizes Julien Martinet.

A team of internal talents that Julien Martinet accompanies on a daily basis in an environment that he wishes to be conducive to the enrichment and enhancement of skills, “well-being and training being at the heart of my concerns” insists Julien Martinet.

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