Valérie Morales is in charge with the Business Litigation Department.
 
She is a specialist in business litigation, renowned for her expertise in complex, sensitive or high economic stakes litigation.
She handles all types of commercial or criminal disputes related to the conduct of domestic or international business before civil, commercial or criminal courts.
It also includes supervisory authorities.
 
Valérie Morales usually acts in litigation related to the acquisition of companies, social life or conflicts between shareholders or managers.
 
Valérie regularly assists managers and companies that are confronted with the criminal risks of business life to assert their rights or defend them at all stages of the criminal trial.
 
Valérie Morales is also known for her expertise in civil and criminal proceedings for the illegal practice of law.
Her expertise in the procedure allow to offer to her clients a tailor-made and personalized strategies with a view to optimal efficiency (securing rights by taking protective guarantees, searching for evidence via non-contradictory investigative measures, emergency procedures, expert opinions, etc.)
 
She makes sure to offer to the clients a quality of service : reactivity, personal commitment and combativeness.
 
Valérie works in English and Spanish.
 
Her background : admitted to the Paris Bar in 1994, Valérie Morales first focused on international criminal law and then banking law.
In 2000, she joined LSK & Associés which became Marvell Avocats, where she created the business litigation department.
 
DEA in Private International Law and international Trade Law (Paris II-Panthéon Assas)
DESS Industrial Property (Paris II-Panthéon Assas)
Master’s degree in business law (Paris XI – Sceaux)
Licenciatura en derecho (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Diploma as a lawyer-lingust from the Institut Supérieur d’Interprétariat et de traduction (ISIT) in English an Spanish.
 
Member of the International Bar Association (IBA).


Expert in:

Commercial
• Bank law and enforcement
• Commercial litigation
• Consumer and distribution law
• Criminal business law