Contact


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Dirk Andreae-Nehlsen
11, rue René Goscinny
75013 Paris
Tel.: + 33 6 13 70 25 66

dandreae@juris-initiative.net

Area


Patrimonial taxation / Wealth management
Expatriation / employee savings and profit-sharing
French tax law & International tax law
General taxation of private enterprises and groups of companies
French-German tax law
Tax disputes

Experience


Dirk Andreae-Nehlsen is a member of the Paris bar since 2003 and founder of the law firm Andreae Associates - Avocats.

After having completed his Master in International Business Law at the Sorbonne University Paris I and his Master in Tax Law of the Assas University in Paris II, Dirk has been working as a tax lawyer in several international law firms (Mayer Brown, CMS Francis Lefebvre and GGC Avocats) before founding the law firm Andreae Associates - Avocats specialized in tax law.

Dirk has been a lecturer for the Sorbonne University Paris I and the University of Bucharest for several years and still teaches about specific tax matters.

Profile


Dirk Andreae-Nehlsen advises French and foreign companies and individuals in French and international tax matters. He assists foreign companies doing business in France and handles the taxes for the expats and impats.

Dirk has developed a recognized reputation in the field of patrimonial taxation and has been honored for the first time in 2017 as one of the best tax lawyers in France by the well know magazine « Décideurs »

Being French and German, Dirk has developed within his law firm Andreae Associates – Avocats a notorious expertise in the field of French-German tax law.

He advises his clients in French, English and German.

Education


2008: Master of Business Administration (MBA), EADA Barcelona (Spain) et Nagoya (Japan)
2003: BAR EXAM (PARIS/FRANCE) (CAPA), CRFPA Paris (France)
2002: Master (DEA) Tax Law , University Paris 2 Assas (France)
2001: Master (DESS) International Commercial Law, University Paris 1 – Sorbonne (France)

Publications


Books

Co-author of the book “Tax Control and Disputes”, edition 2005 by Lamy Editions
Articles

“The extension of the scope of the “tax rulings”, Les Echos du 27 juin 2005
“ The Marks and Spencer case and its consequences for the French tax law” Petites Affiches du 23 November 2005
“Tax law in France”, REVUE CONTAT of the French-German Chamber of commerce, April 2018