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Kramer Levin expands real estate, corporate and tax practices

Appremont and Guerin

Pierre Appremont and Arnaud Guérin have been appointed to partners at Kramer Levin Europe in Paris.

Joining Kramer Levin's real estate, corporate and tax practices will be their team, consisting of three counsels, two associates and three law clerks.

Both Appremont and Guérin are partners from Gowling WLG. 

Before joining Gowling WLG in 2010 as partner, Appremont was a partner at Lefèvre Pelletier & associés, Avocats in Paris. He has also worked as an associate and legal counsel at PwC and EY, respectively. 

Appremont is a real estate specialist. He also focuses on corporate taxation, tax litigation and private management. 

Appremont's tax team consists of Samuel Drouin, Paméla Lejeune (counsels), Yacine Bousraf (associate) and Clarisse Legac (law clerk). 

Guérin was a partner at Gowling WLG in 2014. Before joining Gowling WLG, he was a partner at Wragge & Co. 

Guérin is a specialist in shareholders' agreements, partnerships and share-deal acquisitions/sales. His expertise are primarily in consultancy and corporate litigation. 

Guérin's corporate team consists of Guillaume Chevais (counsel), Nadia Sandjon (associate), Corinne Dupé and Denis Hontang (law clerks). 

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