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Rubin Simon Sfadj

Rubin Simon Sfadj

Practice areas:

Immigration, Mergers & Acquisitions, Intellectual Property, Contracts & Agreements

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About Me

An attorney at law registered with the French and New York bars, I am now Head of Legal Affairs for Marseille-Provence 2013, European Capital of Culture.

As an attorney, I specialized in business law and IP/IT law, both in France and in the US. In the past, I was also in charge of Public Affairs for Israel in the South of France.

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Languages Spoken: French, English, German

Practice Areas

Licensed since 2006

  1. Contracts & Agreements: 25%
  2. Intellectual Property: 25%
  3. Mergers & Acquisitions: 25%
  4. Immigration: 25%

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Contact Info

1684 East 21st Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11210

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
NYCurrently registered 200603/13/2015

Professional Misconduct

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Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
Head of Legal AffairsMarseille-Provence 2013, European Capital of Culture2012 - Present
Adjunct ProfessorBusiness Administration Institute, Aix-en-Provence (France)2009 - 2012
AttorneyAyache, Salama & Associés2007 - 2009
AttorneyCravath, Swaine & Moore LLP2005 - 2007

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Fordhan University School of LawBanking, Corporate and Finance LawLL.M. (Master of Laws)2005

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
Marseille Bar MeetupsLegal Aspects of the European Capital of Culture2012
Journalism 2.0Mass Media Regulation and Social Networks2011
Fundamental Digital Rights RoundtableBloggers and Freedom of the Press2009