Founded by Pierre Gide in 1920, and at the instigation of its two other founding fathers Jean Loyrette and Philippe Nouel, Gide has become a foremost international law firm of French origin, with some 15 offices worldwide.
Paris remains the main seat of activity, numbering 75 partners and 270 associates out of a worldwide total of 600 lawyers. Recognised as a veritable legal institution, Gide’s first-rate practice caters for leading clientele in all fields of corporate law and dispute resolution.
Gide Paris is organised into various practice groups, each one dedicated to a main area of corporate law and split into as many specialist teams as the practice group requires.
The office’s multi-disciplinary teams work hand-in-hand efficiently on the various legal aspects their cases may require.
Drawing on one of the largest privately owned legal libraries in France, a permanent legal watch and latest generation IT systems, the firm offers its lawyers and paralegals all the tools they require to offer a tailored solution to their clients.
Gide’s founding pillars are excellence and relevance of the counsel dispensed. These pillars are fully applicable to dispute resolution, a longstanding specialist area of the Firm, with one of the largest teams in continental Europe.
Law fields covered by the Gide practice groups are:
Gide Loyrette Nouel is one of the largest firms in France, and is recognised as having one of the strongest teams in the market, across many practice areas.