HERALD structures its Companies in difficulty department by welcoming Fabrice Dalat, as a partner, and his team, composed of one associate and one lawyer. This arrival brings the firm’s staff to 45 lawyers, including 17 partners. The firm’s positioning is to provide a top-of-the-range, tailor-made and cross-disciplinary service to its clients in order to respond to the most complex issues, both in advisory and litigation matters.

The law of companies in difficulty, a complementary expertise.

HERALD draws on the expertise of Fabrice Dalat and his team in order, in particular, to meet the needs of clients in terms of advice and support for companies in difficulty but also in insolvency proceedings. In his activity, Fabrice Dalat will be able to rely on the complementary expertise of Pierre-Yves Rossignol and Etienne Rocher and will be supported transversally by the employment law and tax departments, headed by Guillaume Roland and Réginald Legenre respectively, and the M&A department with Antoine Denis-Bertin, Bertrand Pébrier, and Vincent Siguier.

Fabrice DALAT has a strong reputation in the treatment of companies in difficulty, both amicably and judicially, and advises judicial administrators, judicial representatives and company managers.

As a correspondent for Chartered Accountants, he assists clients in dealing with their difficulties in order to find the most appropriate solutions for their crisis situation.

Today, the treatment of companies in difficulty requires being able to rely on increasingly diversified skills. So it makes sense for me to integrate my practice in insolvency law at HERALD; the cross-functionality with my new partners in employment law, M&A, IP and tax law will enable me to provide a more complete and structured offer for clients. In addition, the firm is welcoming and motivated by my arrival and that of my team“, Fabrice Dalat is delighted to say.

The arrival of Fabrice and his team confirms our desire to strengthen and structure our expertise in the law of companies in difficulty. His team is already actively supporting the departments that are currently experiencing strong growth: labour law, tax law and M&A” says the Herald’s partners.

Fabrice Dalat and his team: experts in supporting companies in difficulty

Aged 45, Fabrice Dalat holds a Master’s degree in Business Law and Taxation from the University Panthéon Assas, and has been a member of the Paris Bar since 2002. He began his career as a lawyer at Wernert & Associés in insolvency law (2002-2008), then at Poulain & Associés (2008-2009) before joining Wernert & Associés as a partner (2009-2017). In 2017, Fabrice Dalat created the law firm DWA before joining HERALD in October 2020.

Fabrice Dalat’s team is composed of Déborah Desrey, a lawyer who has been working with him for more than 10 years, and Elena ADER, an associate, who holds a Master 2 in International and European Law from the University of Toulouse Capitole and an LLM in Comparative Private International Law from the University of Dundee.

HERALD, a consolidated team

Since its creation in 1957, HERALD law firm, formerly Granrut, has confirmed its dynamism and benefits from a stability that is unusual among legal firms.

The arrival of Fabrice Dalat and his team follows the arrival of new partners who have joined HERALD over the last 18 months. Several lawyers have joined to reinforce different areas of expertise: Guillaume Roland in employment law, William Azan in public law, Réginald Legenre in tax law, Antoine Denis-Bertin in M&A and Jérémy Cardenas, counsel, in intellectual property.ClosePrint

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