Gide advises group DCNS on the programme for the design and construction of Australia’s future submarines
25 October 2016
Deals | France | M&A | Projects (Finance & Infrastructure)
Gide was selected, alongside law firms Allens (Australia) and Morrison & Foerster (United States), to assist DCNS with Australia’s future submarine programme.
Gide is fully committed to DCNS and its partners to offer technological supremacy to the Australian Navy, so that it may be independent in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of its future submarines.
Gide’s team advising DCNS on this project comprises in particular partners Stéphane Vernay and Anne Tolila. On aspects of Australian law, Gide works with Ian McGill, Nigel Papi and Andrew Mansour, partners of Australian law firm Allens, as well as with David A. Churchill and Kevin P. Mullen, partners of American law firm Morrison Foerster.