Emmanuel Marsigny is an “exceptional” lawyer, endorsed for his “brilliant” representation of clients in criminal defence proceedings.
Emmanuel Marsigny has been a member of the Paris Bar since 1995.
Since then he has developed a recognised expertise in criminal defence, and is regularly ranked as one of the leading criminal defence lawyers in France in the leading directories.
Emmanuel Marsigny is a partner of Marsigny Gosset Avocats, a French boutique law firm specialised in white-collar crime, financial and business criminal law including tax fraud, market abuse, insider trading, embezzlement, bribery, bankruptcy crimes, recovery of assets, as well as general criminal law including manslaughter.
The firm also provides assistance in the course of transnational criminal proceedings, including extradition, Interpol proceedings, freezing of assets, multi-jurisdictional investigations, embargoes and international sanctions, as well as international corruption and money laundering cases.
Emmanuel Marsigny represents both French and international high-profile clients – natural and legal persons (states, heads of state and government, politicians, CEOs of publicly traded companies) – and assists them in the context of French and foreign proceedings.
For the past 25 years, Emmanuel Marsigny has taken part in many prominent criminal cases: the case concerning fake jobs at Paris City Hall, the Angolagate case, the Concorde crash case, the "ill-gotten gains" case, the Concorde gambling circle case, the Brétigny train crash and many others.
Before founding Marsigny Avocats, became Marsigny Gosset in January 2019 with the arrival of Cyril Gosset as a partner, he was a partner at Metzner Associes, a firm that he co-founded in 1998.
Emmanuel Marsigny obtained a law degree from Panthéon-Sorbonne University in criminal law and criminal policy in Europe.
He speaks French, English and Spanish.