Economic public law

Regulated Industrial Activities


The Firm’s Public Law team lends its expertise to major industrial groups, banks, service providers, State and local authorities, and State-controlled enterprises, in France and abroad, in connection with matters involving public contracts and complex contractual structures.

With thorough knowledge of the public and regulated sectors, the team’s specialized lawyers primarily advise on issues in regulated business sectors, such as energy, telecommunications, postal services and transportation, among others, as well as in public services (water treatment, waste management, utilities and public transportation).

The team also assists clients in their dealings with sector-based regulatory authorities (CSA, CRE, ARCEP, ARAF, among others).

Moreover, the team possesses significant expertise in environmental law, which allows it to advise project leaders in obtaining the needed regulatory approvals and in carrying out required environmental audits.

LATEST NEWS IN Economic public law - Regulated Industrial Activities

Advising IPM Group and Samsung Asset Management in connection with the sale of EDF interest in the share capital of the methane terminal of Dunkerque LNG

EDF has completed the disposal of its 65.01% stake in the capital of Dunkerque LNG, the owner and operator of the Dunkirk methane terminal, to two investment consortia: the first being made up of [...]

Six firms on the sale of EDF’s share in the capital of the Dunkerque LNG terminal

LATEST RANKINGS IN Economic public law - Regulated Industrial Activities

Chambers Europe - Public Law 2012/2019

Chambers Europe 2019 : Public Law (Band 4) What the team is known for: Handles a range of administrative litigation and public contracts mandates. Assists with issues relating to concession [...]

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Legal 500 EMEA - Public Law 2012/2019

Legal 500 EMEA 2019: Administrative and Public Law (Band 2) De Pardieu Brocas Maffei has a strong track record of advising on complex public economic, state aid and regulatory issues in highly [...]

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