Who we are
- The firm has been created in October 2008.
The firm's area of expertise is litigation, banking and financial law, white collar crime, insolvency law, property law, international and european law.
- David Dana is a lawyer admitted to the Paris Bar. He holds a DESS (professional master's degree) in Real Estate Law from the University of Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne and a Master degree in business law from the University of Paris X.
Before creating Dana Avocats, he practiced for two years with the real estate team of Lacourte Balas Raquin and three years with the corporate finance departments of international firms Norton Rose LLP and Hogan Lovells in Paris.
What we do
Since 2008, Dana Avocats provides a legal expertise with high added value by focusing on providing each client with practical and concrete solutions, grounded on listening, discipline and excellence.
This legal service "tailored" implies an understanding of the expectations of our clients but also anticipating their needs in order to assist them in the main areas of business life, in an advisory capacity as well as in litigation.
- The founder of the firm, David Dana, remains the permanent interlocuteur of our clients
- The satisfaction of the firm’s clients is its core goal and the reason for its rapid development
Dana Avocats applies different fee systems: hourly rate fees, flat rate fees and success fees, which are set in a fee agreement.
The firm applies an hourly rate which corresponds to what should actually be charged to the client for work done.
The average rate is 350 euros excl. taxes and may vary according to the technical nature of the case and its importance. It is attached with a detailed statement of legal services provided.
This billing method enables the firm to charge his hourly rate until it reaches a limit set by the client beyond which the firm bills no more.
This system allows the client to establish a predefined budget and meet its need for predictability.
This fee is applicable for the preparation of certain contracts or judicial proceedings. It has adjustment mechanisms in case of major changes during the course of the work.
This fee completes a fee set on another fee systems.
The additional fee is established on all amounts representing a gain and/or savings provided to the client.