Grand Prix 2016 Infrastructure Greenfield | Magazine des Affaires
Public Law & Environment
Gide’s public and environmental law team was set up 25 years ago, with some 20 specialised lawyers now working out of our Paris office. We offer an operational service to businesses, administrations and major public bodies.
Gide acts on all business segments that have a public administrative law component: major transactions between administrations and companies thanks to our specialists in public procurement contracts and public-private partnerships, industry growth thanks to our energy, environment and sustainable development specialists, public and private real estate operations thanks to our specialists in public property, urban planning and development.
All the lawyers of our public and administrative law department enjoy in-depth knowledge of how the public sector works, and represent Gide clients every day before administrative courts.
Our clients appreciate our constant search for new and innovative solutions, our pragmatic approach and our determination in seeing their projects through, far removed from the stiffness that is often associated with public and administrative law cases.
Top-tier firm for public administrative law with a wide range of specialists in energy and environment, urban planning and development. Newly-appointed team members provide additional knowledge of contracts, international trade and telecommunications. Seasoned in litigation for sponsors and public authorities, particularly those in the industrial and banking sectors. One source describes an 'able and responsive team' who 'can be called at any moment and adapt themselves to my plan.' Chambers Europe 2017
Gide Loyrette Nouel has ‘excellent knowledge of public law and project finance work’, including ‘contract execution and litigation expertise that is among the best in the market’. The 25-lawyer team runs a comprehensive practice, covering the most high-profile matters concerning PPP, regulatory, privatisation and urban law, as well as advising on some of the largest transport projects in France. Highlights included advising the French State (Agence des Participations de l’Etat) with the transfer of state export guarantees from Coface to Bpifrance, as well as the sale of 60% stakes in Nice and Lyon airports. Vinci and Engie are clients. Legal 500 EMEA 2017