Gregory Tulquois > DLA Piper > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

DLA Piper
27 RUE LAFFITTE
75009 PARIS
France

Work Department

Intellectual Property and Technology; Technology Transactions and Strategic Sourcing; Media, Sport, Gaming and Entertainment; Consumer Goods, Food and Retail; Technology; Government Contracting

Position

Partner; Global Co-Chair, Commercial Contracts

Career

Greg handles major projects, business-critical transactions and provides day-to-day advice in sourcing, supply chain, supplier relations, channels to market, customer and consumer relations, marketing and advertising for leading consumer products, aerospace and technology companies.

Greg was educated in France and the U.S. and is a member of the New York and Paris Bars. He served as acting general counsel to a major international consumer products company and has authored several articles in the fields of commercial, contracts and marketing law, published in the U.S., the UK and in France. He regularly delivers seminars and lectures on complex contracts and marketing law.

Greg advises multiple global corporations on global contracting issues including strategic sourcing, digital innovation, e and m-commerce, sales, distribution and marketing matters. Greg’s client base includes global corporates operating across sectors including aerospace, consumer products (including food), retail, technology and manufacturing.

Languages

English; French

Education

Georgetown University Master of laws, LL.M.
University of Lyon III Jean Moulin, DJCE., M.S. corporate counsel
University of Lyon III C.E.S. in international business law and taxation with U. of Montpellier

Lawyer Rankings

France > Aviation

(Leading individuals)

Gregory TulquoisDLA Piper

DLA Piper has expertise in commercial contracts for aerospace companies and has, under the lead of Gregory Tulquois, been very active in advising aviation and industry players on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on their contracts. The Paris team is also particularly dedicated to liability disputes, IT and digital transformation-related projects, and corporate transactions. Vonnick Le Guillou and Stéphane Lemarchand direct the practice together with Tulquois.