Admitted to the Bar in 1997, Julien Berthezène practiced within Moquet Borde (now Paul Hastings) and Gide Loyrette Nouel (M&A department).
Co-founder of TEMPERAA AVOCATS, he practices in venture capital, private equity and distressed M&A, for listed and non-listed companies.
He holds a degree in business law from the University of Lyon (with honors), a degree in finance and accounting (DECF) and is graduated from the EM Lyon business school.
Julien Berthezène holds a degree in business law from the University of Lyon, a degree in finance and accounting (DECF) and is graduated from the EM Lyon business school.
He taught financial law at the University of Paris (Panthéon-Assas) for its banking and finance master degree.
Admitted to the Bar in 1992, Anne-Sophie Poggi practiced as founding partner of Derriennic Associés, before launching POGGI AVOCATS IT in 2012.
Co-founder of TEMPERAA AVOCATS, she practices in technology law and business litigation, addressing issues related to the digital economy, information technology innovations, dematerialization, data protection and the valuation of information assets.
Anne-Sophie Poggi holds a degree in procedural law from the Paris Sorbonne University.
Lawyer since 2010, Marie Tellechea practised for 5 years at Bremond & Associés and at Wilhelm & Associés before launching her own firm in 2017.
Co-founder of TEMPERAA AVOCATS, Marie Tellechea practices in restructuring and assists companies facing economic difficulties and their managers, shareholders or creditors in pre-insolvency and insolvency proceedings. She also advises buyers and sellers for the takeover of companies in difficulty or for the sale of part of their assets.
She holds a Master’s degree in business law and taxation and a Diploma in corporate law from the University of Poitiers and a Certificate in corporate law from the University of Montpellier (with honours).
Marie Tellechea is a member of two French restructuring non-profit organizations: the « Retournement des Entreprises » association (ARE), the « Jeunes Professionnels du Restructuring » (AJR) association and the Women in Restructuring (WIR) association.
She works in both French and English. Marie Tellechea is also fluent in Spanish.
Corinne Diez qualified as a lawyer in 2000, with an emphasis on labour law, Corinne Diez first trained in the defense of employees and trade unions before specializing in assisting companies in major law firms (UGGC, Bersay & Associés, STC Partners, CPC & Associés) where she proved her ability to listen, be creative, negotiate and be practical.
Since obtaining her Master degree in business law at the University of Toulouse I, Corinne has continuously expanded her knowledge of the business world (Certificate in Corporate Governance at ESSEC in 2013 and MBA Executive management at ESCP Europe in 2021).
After creating her own firm in 2015, she joined Temperaa Avocats which allows her to offer a structured, efficient and tailor-made service for each client, in a constant search for solutions.
Having an admiration for sportsmanship, she has developed a practice in sports law and teaches courses in this field at the University of Créteil (DU Droit du sport de l'UPEC).
Admitted to the bar in 1993, Sylvie Pugnet practiced business law as in-house counsel for Yves Rocher, a worldwide cosmetic group, and as legal and regulatory director for Petit Bateau, a clothing retailer, before founding in 2010 a law firm specialized in consumer products risks and safety regulations.
Sylvie Pugnet is an expert in legal and risk assessments and product safety compliance programs.
She regularly publishes in law reviews (LexisNexis and Lamy) and teaches economic law at the Strasbourg CEIPI and the University of Montpellier.
Admitted to the bar in 2021, Nicolas Taverna practiced as in-house counsel and legal director for more than ten years within Infovista, a leading software editor in the telecommunication industry, before joining POGGI AVOCATS IT.
French and American, he is bilingual and completed many assignments in the United States and other foreign jurisdictions.
Nicolas Taverna’s main area of practice includes information technology and business law and litigation. He also acquired a strong experience in mergers and acquisitions and compliance (export control, international sanctions).
He holds a Master’s degree in business and financial law from the University of Paris.
Nicolas Taverna taught corporate law at the University of Paris (Panthéon Assas).