Dominique M. H. Lemoine

Dominique is the Founding and Managing Partner of Carreras & Lemoine, LLP. Dominique concentrates his practice on French-American corporate transactions and litigation, and counsels multi-national corporations in the fields of M&A, contracts, commercial relations, arbitration and litigation, corporate law, and international transactions.

Dominique’s clients are mostly European businesses maintaining significant commercial interests in the U.S. They come from a wide spectrum of industries, including electronics and technology, software, nuclear, electronic fund transfers and the credit card industry, air and railroad transportation, garment production, real estate construction, food products, oil trading, energy and soft drinks.

Dominique maintains an active presence in the European-American international business community of the Southeast U.S., and was recently reappointed French Foreign Trade Adviser (Conseiller du Commerce Extérieur) by the French government. He is the former Chairman and a former member of the Executive Committee of the International Section of the Georgia State Bar Association. He also actively serves as a member of the Advisory Committee to the Center for International Business Education and Research of the Georgia Institute of Technology (“Georgia Tech”). Dominique is a past President and current Board member of the Atlanta Chapter of the French-American Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Dominique was elected Conseiller Consulaire and Vice-President of the Conseil Consulaire for the Atlanta consular circonscription.

Dominique speaks regularly at conferences, both international and local, on a range of topics, including government-corporate relations, trade agreements, intellectual property rights, litigation, arbitration, and business law.


Contact Information
Phone: (770) 351-1545
Fax: (770) 351-0097
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Practice Areas
Business Law, Business Litigation & Arbitration, International Family Law, International & U.S. Tax Law

English French

Université d’Orléans, 1980 Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, 1983 Columbia University School of Law (LL.M.), 1984 University of Pennsylvania School of Law (J.D.), 1990