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Eversheds Sutherland strengthens its Real Estate team with arrival of new Partner Eric Métais

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    Eversheds Sutherland is delighted to announce the arrival of Eric Métais as a new partner within the Real Estate department. With associates Clémence Hautbois and Alice Andral, he will join the team led by Christophe Sciot-Siegrist. Together, they will contribute to the firm’s ambitious development strategy.

    Eric Métais joins from Altana where he had been the partner in charge of the real estate department since 2014.

    Eric, who specialises in real estate law and construction law, advises on real estate acquisitions and disposals, commercial leases, the structuring and marketing of corporate real estate development schemes (especially commercial premises, offices), and on property development projects.

    Rémi Kleiman, Managing Partner of Eversheds Sutherland France, commented: “We are very happy to welcome Eric to the partnership. The development of our real estate department is in line with the firm’s strategy for growth through the most comprehensive offering of services possible. We wish him every success in this new project.”

    Eric Métais added: “I’m delighted to join Eversheds Sutherland to contribute to the development of their real estate practice. Christophe Sciot-Siegrist and I have expertise and teams that very much complement each other and that will enable us to deal with matters with strengthened resources”.

    About Eric Métais:

    Eric Metais has been a lawyer with the Paris Bar since 2004. He holds a post-graduate degree (DESS) in construction law and planning law (Poitiers university). Eric began his career with law firm Rambaud-Martel (Orrick). He followed his team when they joined Proskauer Rose LLP Paris at the end of 2005, and then DLA Piper UK LLP in 2008. He joined Altana in 2011 to create their real estate practice. He became the partner in charge of Altana’s real estate department in 2014.



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