Julien Martinet

Julien Martinet

Partner
Paris

Email julien.martinet@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +33 1 53 67 47 47

Fax +33 1 53 67 47 48

LanguagesEnglish, French

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Julien Martinet leads the Paris Banking and Finance Litigation practice. He is a member of the bars of Paris and Djibouti, and of the Association Européenne de Droit Bancaire et Financier (European Society for Banking and Financial Law).

He lectures in banking litigation for the postgraduate degree (master 2) in Banking and Financial Law at the Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University. He defends credit institutions in civil and commercial judicial disputes involving their different activities (credit, financial markets operations, payments, patrimonial advice, enforcement measures, contract/network, procedures of processing household debt problems, insolvency proceedings, and criminal proceedings).

Julien is assisted by five associates and has the regular support of his partners in their respective fields of competence.

Awards and recognitions

2019

General Business Law (Djibouti), Expertise Based Abroad in France
Chambers Global

Education and admissions

Education

Master of Studies in Legal Research, Université de Lyon, 2001

DEA droit privé fondamental, Université de Lyon, 1998

Memberships

Member of AEDBF (Association Européenne de Droit Bancaire et Financier - European Association for Financial and Banking Law)

Bar admissions and qualifications

Paris

Latest thinking and events

The banker and fraud to the president, Julien Martinet, Studies in honour of Philippe Neau-Leduc

"Negative rate litigation in home loans to individuals", Mélanges AEDBF

"Freezing assets", Julien Martinet/Marion Chazeau, RISF 2016/2

"The chimera of negative rate loans for individuals", Julien Martinet, Option Finance

"Reconciling the sanction of the TEG with the law of obligations", Julien Martinet, RDBF n°5, September 2015, prat. 5

"Group action simplified procedure: special features and dangers", Julien Martinet, Revue Banque & Droit, n°157

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