Litigation in business law
Struggling companies and collective procedures
Banking and financial law
Technical and expertise litigation
Business criminal law
Just like a doctor with his patients, Edouard acts in terms of prevention and treatment when assisting a business. Combining his sharp legal technique and his in-depth understanding of practitioners of companies experiencing difficulties, Edouard is the privileged interlocutor of business leaders who encounter obstacles along their entrepreneurial path.
Combining the goodwill and flexibility that these delicate situations require, he has established tried and true procedures to set businesses on the road to recovery.
DESS Banking and Finance Law (Paris I) - 1990
Diploma from the Institut d’Études Politiques - 1988
Since 2001: LAMY LEXEL Avocats Associés
1994 – 2001: Cabinet Deloitte & Touche
Head of legal department (Lyon)
1991 – 1994: Cabinet Bouscambert / Gast - GIE Lexel (Lyon)
- Bar Council and member of Ethics, Administrative, Collaboration Commissions
- Member of IFPPC (French Institut of collective proceeding practitioners
- Member of Réseau Entreprendre Rhône
- Member of Prévention & Retournement (French association of restructuring practitioners - member of the Board)
- Lecturer at University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 and Ecole des Avocats (Lyon bar school)
Born in 1965 in Burgundy/Franche-Comté, Edouard is a man at home in the mountains. He appreciates the fresh mountain air even more on his skis, surrounded by his family.
His credo: "two ears, one mouth; listen twice as much as you talk... Even if you’re a lawyer!"
"In Edouard, you will see a perfect example of silent strength, an iron fist in a velvet glove, straight-talking and meaningful. His experience and his extensive network in the field of restructuring/collective procedures makes him a privilege to work with. He does not hesitate to mobilise his contacts in order to find the solution best adapted to your needs and expectations, and it is always with a human touch that he litigates on your behalf.”