“Working with Fabrice Fages is both very pleasant and very reassuring. The exchanges are fluid, his analysis of situations is safe and his advice for building a winning strategy is invaluable!"

"His personality and his expertise allow him to distinguish between things and to identify and prioritize very quickly the axes of reflection and possible judicial and extra-judicial ways to resolve a complex litigation situation, always in line with the specificities of his client."

"In addition to his professional and personal qualities of a fine strategist, his great availability and his commitment also make him an excellent partner in crisis situations”

The Legal 500 EMEA 2021

Fabrice Fages

Paris
  • 45, rue Saint-Dominique
  • Paris 75007
  • France
 
 

Fabrice Fages is a partner in the Paris office of Latham & Watkins and Chair of the Paris office Litigation & Trial Department. He regularly handles complex litigation and arbitration, with particular experience in mass litigation, as well as investigations and crisis management.

Mr. Fages advises clients on complex commercial litigation in front of all levels of jurisdiction in France, and representing global companies in cross-border internal investigations.

Prior to joining Latham, Mr. Fages worked for the French Senate on various business and financial law drafts for a three-year period (1999-2002) and at the French National Assembly.

Mr. Fages is also a founding member of the Financial Law Committee of Paris Europlace.

Mr. Fages has taught arbitration law and litigation for more than 25 years. In 2021, he lectured on compliance and business ethics at the University of Paris I (Sorbonne). He also teaches at the University of Paris II (Assas) and was a lecturer at Cairo University and Ecole Centrale-Supelec for several years.

Recognition Highlights

Ranked Excellent for Commercial Litigation. Décideurs 2021 

Ranked for Arbitration & Mediation. Best Lawyers 2021

Recognized by Legal 500 Europe 2019.

 

 
 
 
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