Mr Matthieu Pouchepadass > Bredin Prat > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile
Bredin Prat Offices
53 QUAI D'ORSAY
- Go to...
Mr Matthieu Pouchepadass
Matthieu Pouchepadass, Partner, is a member of the Corporate team. He specialises in mergers & acquisitions, private equity and securities law. His practice also includes advising in connection with disputes relating to these areas.
He lectures in corporate law and mergers & acquisitions at the Universities of Paris II Panthéon-Assas and Paris-Dauphine.
Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2001
He is a graduate of the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (DEA in private law).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
Routinely active on blockbuster deals, Bredin Prat operates at the forefront of domestic and international M&A, including public, private, private equity and distressed transactions. Sophie Cornette de Saint Cyr also provides the group with in-depth securities law, corporate governance and commercial litigation expertise, whereas Olivier Assant is a revered name for all-manner of deals, particularly public M&A and takeover/activism defence. The team has significant bench strength at all levels and is also home to Patrick Dziewolski, an expert within the energy, construction and financial sectors, as well as cross-border transaction specialist, Benjamin Kanovitch. Elsewhere, Sébastien Prat is a market authority who has authored several corporate law publications while Matthieu Pouchepadass thrives on both M&A and private equity deals, also frequently litigating securities matters. Clémence Fallet is yet a further standout who supplements her transactional prowess by supporting listed companies on corporate governance affairs, as is Kate Romain who is distinctly well-versed in issues stemming from French foreign investment rules. At the more junior end, Adrien Simon is a younger partner who has already overseen several multibillion-euro deals.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation
- Dispute resolution: Stock market litigation
- Dispute resolution: White-collar crime
- EU, competition and distribution
- Mergers and acquisitions