A unique culture
Racine positions itself as a true partner by maintaining close proximity to its clients.
Our deep technical expertise enables us to provide our clients with concrete and practical solutions; our transverse practice of dispute resolution allows us to truly be a step ahead.
Litigation, which is practiced by all of our lawyers, has been part of Racine’s DNA since its very creation and represents 50% of our activities.
Our firm’s culture is embodied in its organisation, which is designed to create natural interactions among the firm’s departments. This cross-practice approach is a major asset when managing complex and multi-disciplinary matters.
Racine’s partners are personally involved in each matter, starting with the definition of the matter’s strategic axes and up through the complete resolution of all issues,and control the practical management of all matters.
Finally, our regional network and our ability to have an international scope ensure that Racine is able to react no matter where our clients are based.
Excellence of our specialists in the principal areas of the law, both in advisory services and litigation.
Solution-oriented services for specific and concrete results.
Local market knowledge
In-depth knowledge of the situation on the ground and the stakes facing each client, enabling practical support.
Depth of focus and transverse expertise contributing to preventing difficulties.
Project-focused structure centred on a client’s interests, allowing for holistic management of the problems it faces
Deep insight and cross skills to prevent difficulties.
Robust team engagement, continuous availability and the direct and personal involvement of our partners.
For 30 years, we have trained our efforts on the art of persuasion. Our methodology stems from this approach and revolves around four principal actions:
When we work for you, our first task is to understand your needs. Beyond the matter itself, this implies internalising your corporate culture and the specific constraints faced by your line of business.
Our second task is to adequately identify the obstacles you face so that they can be overcome. To succeed in these tasks, it is crucial that we listen – to you, to opposing counsel, to judges and arbitrators.
No one can try to demonstrate and persuade without passionate commitment. When we agree to take on a matter, our ethics compel us to become personally involved. Only such a strong commitment guarantees quality and success.
Strength of conviction can only come from total dedication.
Doubt is the foundation of certainty. Knowing how to question means never underestimating our opponents and demanding from ourselves that we verify, monitor, and debate everything.
Once the groundwork is complete, it must be refined so that its presentation, whether written or oral, cuts to the heart of the matter and highlights every argument.