Louise Le Guilchet
Louise Le Guilchet
Louise Le Guilchet is a counsel in the Paris office and focuses her practice on commercial and civil litigation.
Prior to joining Cohen & Gresser, she was a disputes associate at Freshfields in Paris. She also completed legal internships at AXA, Bouygues Construction, and Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton. Prior to those internships, she interned in Cambodia with GRET (Groupe de recherche et d’échanges technologiques), an international NGO.
Louise holds a Master’s Degree in Private International Law and International Trade from the Université Panthéon-Assas, and a Master’s Degree in International Finance from HEC Paris (Grande Ecole). Louise is fluent in French and English and conversational in German.
Louise Le Guilchet is a counsel in the Paris office and focuses her practice on commercial and civil litigation. Prior to joining Cohen &…
Université Panthéon-Assas (Master II, Private International Law and International Trade, 2013); Université Panthéon Sorbonne (Master I, Corporate Law, 2010); HEC Paris – Grande Ecole (Master, International Finance, 2012)
“Congratulations to Tom, Ben, and Louise on their well-deserved promotions,” said Lawrence T Gresser, global managing partner of Cohen & Gresser. “They are a talented group of lawyers who have demonstrated an extraordinary dedication to client service. All three represent Cohen & Gresser’s core values of excellence, integrity, and respect, and we are pleased to recognize their significant achievements and the impact they have within their practices and at the firm.”
Thomas Shortland – Partner, London
Tom Shortland represents corporations and individuals in a range of commercial and business disputes in the English courts, courts in overseas jurisdictions, and in international arbitrations. He also advises on internal and disciplinary investigations, regulatory proceedings, and financial crime matters. Tom has been recognized in The Legal 500 UK’s guide as a “Rising Star” in Commercial Litigation and as a key lawyer in Regulatory Investigations and Corporate Crime.
Benjamin Zhu – Counsel, New York
Ben Zhu focuses his practice on litigation and white collar defense matters. He has represented corporations and individuals in a range civil and criminal matters, including complex commercial disputes, mass tort litigation, legal malpractice actions, and government investigations. He has been named a Rising Star in New York by Super Lawyers since 2021. Ben is a magna cum laude graduate of the New York University School of Law, where he received the Order of the Coif and was a Notes Editor of the Law Review.
Louise Le Guilchet – Counsel, Paris
Louise Le Guilchet focuses her practice on complex litigation (including general civil and commercial matters, shareholder disputes, and post-acquisition litigation) as well as internal and regulatory investigations. Louise holds a master’s degree in Private International Law and International Trade from the Université Panthéon-Assas and a master’s degree in International Finance from HEC Paris (Grande Ecole).
Dans cette publication, Loïc Henriot, Muriel Goldberg-Darmon, Louise Le Guilchet et Magalie Jullien présentent la directive (UE) 2019/1937 du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 23 octobre 2019, qui a vocation à établir des normes minimales communes entre les pays de l’Union européenne pour la protection des lanceurs d’alerte, et analysent les différences qu’elle présente avec le régime de protection des lanceurs d’alerte issu de la Loi Sapin 2.
(In this C&G Client Alert, Loïc Henriot, Muriel Goldberg-Darmon, Louise Le Guilchet, and Magalie Jullien discuss Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament (the “Directive”) on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law. The Directive is intended to establish common minimum standards among European Union countries to protect whistleblowers.)