The law firm
Deeply rethinking the lawyer’s mission.
Our firm’s ambition is to reconcile legal competence and efficiency with a culture of results at the lowest cost inspired by legaltech.
Founded in 2015 by Benjamin Mairesse, the law firm has historically been active in insurance law and in the field of civil and criminal liability and is rapidly developing an important activity in defense of air passengers.
Realizing the apparent advantages of legaltechs for the litigant, the firm adopted in 2017 state-of-the-art digital technology in order to provide them with the competence, experience and assurance that are the hallmarks of a lawyer.
It is this strategy that now enables the firm to be one of the most recognized advocates in France for thousands of air passengers suffering delays, cancellations or denied boarding every year.
Promote the idea that a French law firm is above all a place of gender equality, diversity of profiles and social mix.
Defend the idea that the cost of a lawyer should no longer be an obstacle to the exercise of their rights by litigants, whatever the financial stakes of their litigation.
To affirm the idea that a lawyer is above all a legal professional who listens to his clients and who must ensure the effectiveness of the strategies he proposes, at the best cost.
Revolutionize access to the judge in France, without the low stake of a litigation being an obstacle to the exercise and the respect of the law.
Consolidate experience in aviation for the benefit of passengers by developing new solutions.
To offer institutions original and innovative solutions to help them deal with mass litigation.
“ You don’t have to be crazy to work with us, but any grain of madness is welcome! ”
– Benjamin Mairesse
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Discover the latest news from our law firm as well as our selection of legal news.
That certain companies, including Ryanair, had decided to incorporate into their general terms and conditions of sale, a clause prohibiting passengers to assert their rights through third parties.
In a decision of 13 May 2019, the former District Court Tribunal d’instance of Ivry sur Seine ruled that the lightning strike of an aircraft, which occurred the day before the flight, was not of such an extraordinary nature as to exonerate the airline from its obligation to pay compensation.
Nice victory of our law firm in front of the former Tribunal d’Instance of Paris: After months of pedagogy and legal battle, a first jurisdiction in France has just recognized the right of children under the age of 2 to be entitled to compensation under the European Regulation 261/2004.