Criminal law firm in Paris
A criminal law attorney in Paris since 2002, Alexandre-M. BRAUN assures your defense before the jurisdictions in all France.
His activity is mainly devoted to Criminal Law : Criminal Defense, Victims’ Defense, General Criminal Law, Business Criminal Law, Criminal Law of Communication and Intellectual Property.
He also assists his clients in cases of general advice and litigation..
He is a graduate of the Universities of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas and Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. During his studies, he was a student representative on the University’s Board of Directors.
Alexandre Braun, partner, former Secretary of the Conference
Alexandre-M. BRAUN is a graduate of the Universities of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas and Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines. During his studies, he was a student representative on the Board of Directors of the University of Paris 2, as well as on the C.N.E.S.E.R (Conseil National de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche), where he sat more specifically in the disciplinary panel, the appeal jurisdiction of the University disciplinary boards..
Before becoming a lawyer, he worked as a lawyer at the Southeast Asian headquarters of a large French company in Singapore. There, he fought against counterfeiting.
After becoming a lawyer, he worked for several years with a prestigious Parisian law firm. He was elected Secretary of the Paris Bar Conference for the year 2006, after a famous eloquence contest.
In 2007, he founded his own law firm, mainly dedicated to Criminal Law :
- Business criminal law (abuse of corporate assets, illegal exercise of regulated activities, fraud…)
- General criminal law (offences against persons and property, violence, theft, criminal cases…)
- Defense of victims (assistance before the courts, compensation for damages…)
- Communication and intellectual property law, particularly in their penal aspects (defamation, insults, counterfeiting, invasion of privacy and presumption of innocence)
- Disciplinary law (in particular disciplinary board for doctors and health professions, disciplinary board for students…)
He assists companies (particularly in the fields of communication, de la creation, de la security, de la health), company managers, self-employed workers and liberal professions, individuals, and associations.
He regularly pleads in Paris, but also before all the courts of the Tribunaux de région parisienne Paris region (Versailles, Bobigny, Nanterre, Evry, Créteil, Fontainebleau, Melun… He has also worked in all the courts of the Paris region (Versailles, Bobigny, Nanterre, Evry, Créteil, Fontainebleau, Melun, etc.) and throughout France (Lille, Strasbourg, Marseille, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Montpellier, Niort, Troyes, Beauvais, Amiens, Senlis, Châteauroux, Nevers, etc…).
He often acts as the counsel of foreign nationals involved in criminal cases in France, or as French counsel in international cases having a French component. Thanks to his international background, he communicates easily in English and clearly explains the French proceedings to his clients from abroad.
His international past cases include:
– Defense of an American movie director charged with rape,
– Pleading before the Luxembourg Supreme Court,
– Assisting a client for an interrogatory by the Prosecution in Switzerland,
– Providing Counsels regarding the French law for a major bribery case in Norway,
– Defense (and acquittal) of the foreign wife of a French citizen, charged of domestic violence,
– Defense (and acquittal) of an Italian student citizen, part of an exchange program, facing rape charge before the disciplinary board of a Paris University
He has been involved in many complex cases, or with high media impact.
He teaches at the Paris Bar School, and has contributed to the Formulaire Lamy “Criminal Procedure” form, a practical reference work for lawyers.
Vincent SCUDERONI, associate
Vincent SCUDERONI is a graduate of the Universities of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas (Master 2 Droit pénal Parcours criminologie) and Bordeaux Montesquieu.
Before joining the BRAUN law firm as an associate, he gained experience with other law firms, the Contrôleur général des lieux de privation de liberté (CGLPL) and the Criminal Brigade of the Paris police.
He participates in all the firm’s activities. He is also developing a particular expertise in sentence adjustment and prison law, a field in which he has notably written an article published in the “AJ Pénal” review, published by Dalloz. He is General Secretary of A3D, the Association of Lawyers for the Defense of Prisoners’ Rights.