DE GAULLE FLEURANCE & ASSOCIÉS

9 rue Boissy d'Anglas
75008 Paris
Display phone number 01 56 64 00 00
contact@dgfla.com
Jean-Christophe Amy
Matthieu Bichon
Louis De Gaulle
Thierry Titone

POSITIONING

Lawyers, clients: our roles converge, we supplement your functions, and our objectives are aligned with your ambitions.

Historically we assist our clients in the context of complex disputes. We advise both French and international groups specialised in various sectors such as aeronautics, automobile industry and more generally mechanical industry, pharmacy and chemistry as well as energy, construction, textile, clothing, food industry, hotel industry, media… We also advise banks, insurance companies, investment funds, audit companies and distributors.

Thanks to our cross-practice approach, we deal with a wide range of issues before civil, commercial or criminal jurisdictions as well as in arbitration cases.

De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés has more than 120 lawyers bringing together their legal expertise and industry experience to design tomorrow’s business solutions with you.

Our original organization, which is free from disciplines and borders, reflects our intention: to think with you, to promptly, simply and effectively advise you, to mobilize our resources when and how you require them, to win your projects and proceedings with you in France and abroad because the result is the only thing that counts when it comes to your objectives and your constraints.

Let’s do #BusinessLawTogether!

OFFICES

  • Paris
  • Brussels

Business

  • Complex litigation relating to company restructuring and debt schemes.

  • Management of disputes between shareholders.

  • Directors’ liability.

  • Transnational litigation for the protection and recovery of investments.

  • Commercial litigation.

  • Unfair competition, compliance with the regulations and termination of commercial relations.

  • Disputes relating to competition law.

  • Mass and crisis litigation.

  • Product litigation.

  • Disciplinary litigation.

  • Industrial and technological risks.

  • Arbitration.