A team of expert lawyers to help you meet all your challenges in France and abroad

100 lawyers and legal experts working in 7 offices (Abbeville, Amiens, Arras, Boulogne, Lille, Saint-Omer, Valenciennes) to assist companies in this dynamic and attractive region situated at the crossroads of Europe.

Working in a regional context conducive to creativity, Fidal's multidisciplinary teams of lawyers in the Hauts-de-France region provide advice, assistance with litigation as well as training to managers and their operational teams.
The Hauts-de-France region, which is very diversified in economic and geographical terms, has definitively put its industrial revolution behind it.

This is reflected in the development of major structuring sites: competitiveness clusters, incubator sites such as Euratechnologies, Eurasanté, the emergence of new industrial activities in various sectors (biomedical, biotechnology, textiles, agro-food, automotive, logistics, etc.), the growth of business services, particularly in the ICT sector, and the rollout of major urban (Seine Europe canal, eco-construction, etc.) and cultural projects (Louvre-Lens).

Today, the region’s economic fabric is marked by the coexistence of major global players and a multitude of dynamic companies active in sectors as varied as video gaming, website or database management, ISS, etc.

Fidal's lawyers in the Hauts-de-France region, working across its main sites have guided these momentous changes by providing advice and have contributed to the development and sustainability of these companies.
Our knowledge of the local situation, combined with our recognized expertise in legal and tax matters, enables us to provide pragmatic and operational support in order to find concrete solutions to secure the success of our clients' projects.

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Our Offices - Hauts-de-France

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March 08, 2019

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May 06, 2019

The Action Plan for Business Growth and Transformation, known as the “PACTE law”, which was definitively passed by the National

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