• UGGC, a leading business law firm, announces the promotion of Clémence Lemétais d’Ormesson to partner in the « Litigation & Arbitration » department.
• By co-opting, once again, a professional who has spent her entire career within the firm, UGGC is pursuing the development of its managerial model based on talent retention and transmission to the new generations.
Paris, January 07, 2021– UGGC, a leading business law, is expanding its team of partners with the appointment of Clémence Lemétais d’Ormesson, a lawyer specializing in litigation and arbitration. She becomes the 32nd partner of the firm in Paris.
Clémence Lemétais d’Ormesson works in the Litigation & Arbitration department, which she joined as an associate at the beginning of her career in 2007 before becoming Counsel.
She assists French and foreign clients in civil and commercial courts and assists them in domestic and international arbitration proceedings. Clémence Lemétais d’Ormesson specializes in disputes relating to the performance or termination of contracts, conflicts between partners, pre- or post-acquisition litigation, litigation relating to the liability and dismissal of executives and in business litigation. She also acts as an arbitrator in domestic and international commercial arbitration proceedings in these same areas.
Transmission to the new generations: keystone of UGGC’ managerial model
Six months after the cooptations of Marine Simonnot, Benjamin de Sevin and Edouard Caupert as partners, this new promotion of a lawyer who has spent her entire career with the firm underlines UGGC’ desire to recognize and encourage its talents in order to develop long-term relationships of trust with its clients while ensuring excellence in the services offered.
Jean-Jacques Uettwiller, founding partner of UGGC Law Firm, comments: « The cooptation of Clémence Lemétais d’Ormesson illustrates the sustainability of our policy of retaining the loyalty of the younger generations. Thanks to this promising model of success, we can offer our clients a long-lasting relationship in a context of crisis that is favourable to legal advice but also to litigation. Our litigation and arbitration department, transversal to the different areas of expertise of the firm, can thus bring a real expertise in all legal fields ».
“UGGC is a law firm with all the qualities required for effective support of clients in all their legal issues. Managing rich and varied cases on a daily basis allows us to develop multidisciplinary skills while privileging teamwork to best meet their demands”, adds Clémence Lemétais d’Ormesson.
Clémence Lemétais d’Ormesson, 37 years old, Partner
Expertise: litigation and arbitration
▪ Co-opted partner of UGGC Law Firm in January 2021.
▪ Promoted Counsel of UGGC Law Firm in 2016.
▪ Joined UGGC Law Firm in 2007 and became associate the same year.
▪ Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2007.
▪ Training :
– Master II in Health Industry Regulatory Affairs, University of Paris Saclay (2005-2006).
– Paris Bar School (2005-2006).
– Master II in Private Law, Paris II Panthéon-Assas (2001-2005).
About UGGC Law Firm
Founded in 1993, UGGC is one of the very first independent business law firms in France. Active alongside private companies, public entities and individuals, it has a rich range of legal and tax services and a very large capacity for international intervention, whether through its offices or correspondents in Europe (Paris, Marseille and Brussels), Africa (Casablanca), Asia (Shanghai and Hong Kong), South America (Sao Paulo and Belo Horizonte). Positioning itself as a “firm of Clients”, it bases its approach in particular on the ability of its departments to intervene transversally and to deploy, according to their needs, a complete range of expertise. UGGC is made up of more than 150 lawyers and jurists, including some thirty partners; it posted a turnover of approximately 32 million euros in 2019.