Has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 1985. She founded and has managed Moyersoen Avocats since 1988.
Holder of a postgraduate degree in Private International Law from the Paris VIII Law School, she quickly specialised in the fields of copyright law, entertainment law and sports law.
Patricia advises many authors, artists and directors as well as theatres, companies and cultural institutions.
She also advises major French football and rugby clubs, as well as sports federations and athletes both before ordinary courts and before national and international sports bodies (UEFA, FIFA, IRB, CAS).
Patricia collaborated on the drafting of the Lamy Droit du Sport. She regularly contributes to the Cahiers de Droit du Sport, to the droitdusport.com website and to Football Legal, a football law review.
She lectures on the Masters in Sports Law at the Faculty of Law of Aix-Marseille and at the University of Burgundy. She participates in numerous symposia and international conferences on sports law.
She is an Arbitrator at the Chamber of Sport Arbitration, under the aegis of the French National Olympic Committee. She was a member of the UEFA Appeals Body between 2011 and 2015. She is a member of the French Sports Lawyers Association (AADS). She is President of the International Association of Football Lawyers (AIAF).
Languages: French – English
Is a lawyer at the Paris Bar. She joined MOYERSOEN Avocats in 1992.
She holds a Masters degree in Law.
Christine carries out an advisory and litigation role in both social law and family law.
She accompanies clients on a daily basis in the field of social law, particularly applied to sports and artistic activities. She has also developed a strong activity in family law (divorce, matrimonial regime, rights of children, alimony, etc…).
Christine is a member of the French Sports Lawyers Associations (AADS). She contributed to the Lamy Droit du Sport.
Languages: French – English – Spanish
Joined MOYERSOEN Avocats in 1991. She has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 1995.
A graduate of European Law at the Institute of European Studies in Brussels, she specialised in the fields of trademark law, company law and association law.
She advises clients ranging from artists, authors and theatres companies to cultural institutions and sports clubs on all matters relating to the legal monitoring of their structures and trademark law, as well as in European law.
Languages: French – English
Has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 1999.
He holds a law degree from the University of Caen and a Masters in Private International Law from University College Galway, Ireland.
He acts for stakeholders of the entertainment industry (festivals, theatres, producers, publishers, authors, artists-interprets, companies…) on the negotiation and drafting of their contracts and the organisation of their professional activity as well as on litigation related to copyright and more generally to intellectual property law.
He also advises cultural companies and artists on all legal issues related to the development of new information technologies, the protection of personal data, privacy and reputation.
He is also involved in the drafting of commercial contracts, sales of business, equity investments and common legal acts of the entertainment industry and assists clients on commercial disputes.
Has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 2008. He is a Partner at MOYERSOEN Avocats since 2017.
He holds a DEA (Masters) in private law from University of Paris XI, a DESS (Masters) in business law from University of Paris XI and a Master in sports law from the University of Aix-Marseille III and specialises in sports law.
He acts for various stakeholders of the sports world (athletes, sports agents, sports clubs, sports associations, national and international federations, etc…) on both non-contentious matters and disputes before different sports institutions (federal commissions, the French National and Olympic Sports Committee (CNOSF), the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD), CAS, FIFA, etc…)
Member of the Sports Law Centre of Aix-Marseille, he is also a lecturer in sports law at the Academy of Management of Sports Organizations (AMOS PARIS) and on the Masters of Sport Law of Aix Marseille III and the University of Burgundy.
He regularly contributes to the Cahiers de Droit du Sport and to the droitdusport.com website.
He is a member of Bureau of the Open Law Commission of Sports Law of the Paris Bar where he chairs the “Sports Litigation” Subcommittee and is a founding member of the French Sports Lawyers Association (AADS).
He is also a founding member of the International Association of Football Lawyers (AIAF).