Clients highlight that "the litigation team has some real financial services experts and good regulatory knowledge." Fabrice Fages is a key contact at the firm.

 

Chambers Europe 2017

Fabrice Fages

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

Fabrice Fages is a partner and Chair of Latham & Watkins' Litigation & Trial Department in Paris. His practice focuses on handling complex litigation and arbitration, with particular experience in mass litigation, as well as investigations and crisis management.

Mr. Fages has extensive experience in French and European public policy matters and advising companies, professional federations, and NGOs in their relations with public authorities in Paris and Brussels.

He is a founding member of the Paris Europlace Financial Law Committee and former general secretary of an arbitration center. He is also the honorary president of the ANAJ-IHEDN, an association attached to the Institute of Advanced Studies in National Defense, which is directly linked to the Prime Minister’s responsibility to promote the strategic issues of national defense and international relations.

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 has taught arbitration law and litigation at University of Paris I (Sorbonne University) since 1994. Moreover, he also teaches at the Ecole Centrale-Supelec de Paris and was a featured speaker at the University of Cairo for several years.

 
 
 
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