Mr Philippe Raybaud > LPA-CGR avocats > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

LPA-CGR avocats
136 AVENUE DES CHAMPS-ELYSÉES
75008 PARIS
France
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Work Department

M&A -  corporate law, Energy law

Position

Partner involved in Mergers & acquisitions – corporate Law

Career

Philippe Raybaud, partner of the corporate and M&A department, works in all areas of corporate law, in particular merger and acquisitions, private equity and securities law.

He advises his clients – major international groups and investment funds – in their acquisitions and sales (listed and non-listed companies), joint-ventures, investments (including PIPEs) and cross-border transactions.

Languages

French, English

Memberships

Member and officer of the International Bar Association (IBA)

Education

Paris Bar

Lawyer Rankings

Paris > Fusions-acquisitions

LPA-CGR avocats est un bon cabinet pour traiter des opérations de taille moyenne. Le cabinet se distingue également par son réseau international comprenant plusieurs bureaux en Chine et un au Japon. Il traite ainsi régulièrement des transactions comportant une composante asiatique. Il a ainsi conseillé Artefact dans son acquisition en Chine de la société 8 Matic et de ses affiliés. Plus localement, le cabinet a accompagné Impact Field Marketing sur l’acquisition de Promo Sapiens et Euro Promotion en Belgique. Il a également complété plusieurs opérations dans le domaine énergétique. Comexposium, Bpifrance et La Française de l’Energie sont clients. Frédéric Bailly dirige l’équipe qui rassemble 25 avocats, parmi lesquels Philippe Raybaud et Raphaël Chantelot contribuent de manière importante.

France > Industry focus: Energy

LPA-CGR avocats’ comprehensive energy capabilities span regulatory, public law, environmental law and corporate law expertise. The team is renowned for its leading domestic renewable energy regulatory know-how and recommended for its experience in communication with regulators and governmental authorities regarding new regulations. Permit issues and audits on major brownfield renewables projects are other areas of strength. Additionally, the group also takes on litigation matters and offers rare expertise in advising on state subsidies. The practice is involved in most of France’s largest ongoing offshore renewables projects, including successfully handling high-stake related litigation. New types of energy projects such as assisting SNCF Energie on the conclusion of one of France’s first Corporate PPA with Voltalia also form part of the caseload. Public and private sector operators and utilities are clients. Public law and regulatory experts Fabrice Cassin and Hélène Gelas share the lead of the practice. Also recommended are corporate partner Philippe Raybaud, contract and real estate specialist Philippe Jacques and finance partner Alexae Fournier de Faÿ.