Senior associate Cyrille Rollin joined Gide in 2011, and has a wide range of expertise in public economic, real estate, institutional, regulatory and non-profit law.
He regularly assists economic stakeholders in their relationships with the public authorities (negotiation and execution of contracts, dispute resolution, lobbying).
Cyrille also advises public and semi-public entities, as well as charities and foundations, in the performance of their missions (compliance with regulations and procedures) and in the reorganisation of their activities (choice of the appropriate legal form, transfer of staff, assets and financing).
He has contributed to several privatisation projects (airport and education companies) as well as to public, semi-public or associative entities' combinations or spin-offs, alongside Gide's teams specialising in corporate, labour and tax law. He has strong multidisciplinary skills.
Within the firm, Cyrille is a reference in administrative litigation, administrative authorisations and legislation.
He advises private companies carrying out public services, financial institutions, insurers, and is also active in the real estate, health, social, education and new technologies sectors.
Drawing on his experience at the Administrative Court of Paris and at the Permanent Representation of France to the European Union in the field of competition and state aid, he has intimate knowledge of the public sector.
His understanding of the expectations and subtleties of public institutions enables him to offer his clients, both public and private, the most appropriate intervention and negotiation methods as well as litigation strategies.
Cyrille is a graduate of the Institut d'Etudes Politiques d'Aix-en-Provence (Public Service - 2007) and holds a Master's degree in public law (Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne - 2008).