As part of the development of its M&A and financing activities, Lefèvre Pelletier & associés
recently appointed 3 attorneys to the position of Counsel: Pierre-Emmanuel Chevalier, Dimitri
Pubellier both from the private equity department and Barna Evva, who specialises in real
Pierre-Emmanuel Chevalier, aged 32, has been an attorney with Lefèvre Pelletier & associés since
2004. Pierre-Emmanuel Chevalier specialises in private equity and leveraged buyouts. He assists
French and international investment funds with LBOs and the acquisition of stakes in listed and
unlisted companies and real estate investment funds. A graduate of Université de Paris I, he holds a
DEA in business and economic law and a DESS in foreign trade law. He was admitted to the Bar of
Paris in 2001.
Barna Evva, aged 37, an attorney with Lefèvre Pelletier & associés since 1999, began his career at
Gide Loyrette Nouel in the real estate financing department in 1997. Barna is a specialist in real estate
financing, structured financing and the structuring of real estate investments. He is a graduate of Essec
and Université de Paris II (DESS in litigation and arbitration and masters in taxation and business
law). He was admitted to the Bar of Paris in 1998.
Dimitri Pubellier, aged 33, a Lefèvre Pelletier & associés attorney since 2002, began his career at the
Paris office of Norton Rose in 1999. Dimitri Pubellier specialises in M&A, LBOs and financial and
securities law. He assists French and international investment funds as well as industrial groups (listed
and unlisted companies). Dimitri Pubellier holds a DJCE and a DESS in taxation and business law
from Université Lyon III as well as a masters in econometrics. He was admitted to the Bar of Paris in
Lefèvre Pelletier & Associés is one of France’s leading law firms.
With more than 150 lawyers, including 33 partners, and 4 overseas offices (Hong Kong, Guangzhou,
Algiers and Casablanca) the firm pools the skills of its teams in all areas of business law to provide
advisory and litigation services to its French and international clients.
Its main growth areas in France and internationally are real estate, banking and finance, mergers and
acquisitions, litigation and arbitration.