After working for two years in real estate strategy consulting, Anthony Alaimo joined ADAMAS in 2017 as a trainee lawyer, then as an associate lawyer in January 2018.
He advises and litigates on all issues related to land control law (sale transactions, securities constituting real rights, leasing), construction law, as well as occupancy law (leases and occupancy titles, legal organisation of buildings/co-ownership), for both public and private properties.
He also assists several local authorities in the exercise of their special police powers relating to run-down buildings.
Anthony Alaimo advises on energy law, and more particularly on issues relating to photovoltaic, hydroelectricity and energy efficiency.
He has also developed, alongside Philippe Nugue, a specific expertise in the field of asset management for individuals, enabling him to intervene in the context of inheritance issues with real estate stakes.