Thierry Marembert co-founded Kiejman & Marembert in 2000; it is now recognised as a leading firm in complex litigations involving major strategic and economic interests, especially in the areas of white-collar criminal defence, corporate and financial law, media and entertainment.
Thierry handles all sorts of complex litigation cases, and has a particular focus on international white-collar crime matters including international corruption; tax fraud; money laundering; banking and market rate/index manipulation; insider trading; and complex fraud. He has recently represented first-tier banks in France, Switzerland and the USA, and their top executives, in multi-jurisdictional tax fraud/money laundering cases; billionaires and international stars in the entertainment industry; listed companies; and major and/or international education centres.
In most of his cases, he cooperates with leading foreign law firms in multi-jurisdictional defence work. He has strong links with US law firms in New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, DC; and UK law firms and barristers’ chambers. He is a member of 3 Verulam Buildings, one of the UK’s principal sets of chambers.
These professional cooperations are paramount in efficiently and skilfully responding to inquiries, investigations and trials carried out by international criminal and regulatory authorities including the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Serious Fraud Office, and others.
Thierry’s practice is characterised by his reactivity and availability; his in-depth analysis of the relevant facts, and the economic and political environment, of each case; the thorough preparation of his clients for interviews and depositions; and the extreme quality he brings to managing and arguing his cases.
Thierry Marembert is credited with “extensive knowledge of the legal environment” and “the capacity to break down complex situations into clear ones”.
Thierry Marembert handles all sorts of complex litigation, especially international white-collar crime, such as international corruption; tax fraud; money laundering; banking and market rates and indexes manipulation; insider trading; and complex fraud. He has recently represented top-tier banks from France, Switzerland and the USA, and their top executives, in tax fraud/money laundering nulti-jurisdictional cases; billionaires and international entertainment stars; listed companies; and international and education major institutions.
In most of his cases, he cooperates with major foreign law firms in multi-jurisdictional defence matters. He has strong US links, particularly in New York; Washington, DC; Boston; Chicago; Los Angeles; and San Francisco. He also has links with UK firms. He is a member of 3 Verulam Buildings, a major London set.
The quality of these inter-firm cooperations is paramount to efficiently handling the investigations and potential trials carried out by criminal and regulatory authorities throughout the world (such as the DOJ, the SEC, the SFO and others).
To deal with these complex matters, he is assisted by his partner Paul Le Fèvre and by the firm’s associates, who come from a broad range of professional and cultural backgrounds. All of them have higher-education qualifications (generally LLMs) and/or professional experience abroad. They all have degrees in business, humanities or political science, in addition to their legal education.Thierry Marembert’s work is characterised by reactivity and availability; in-depth analysis of the relevant facts, as well as the economic and political dimensions of each case; thorough preparation of clients for interviews and depositions; and a high-quality approach to cases.