Fidal: serving public sector operators

Amid a fully overhauled legal and institutional environment, the policies promoted by participants in the public sector are more than ever cross-cutting and include a strong technical content.
The organization of the government and territorial structures of our country is currently undergoing a significant restructuring that affects various categories of public entities.
The refocusing of the State on its governmental functions, the increased role of the French regions in economic and land development, the new transfers of competence, the changing role played by large cities, free access to public data, the dematerialization of accounting systems, increased financial transparency, the regrouping or pooling of services of public entities and, more specifically, public health establishments and social housing organizations, the new human resources policy and the opening of markets to competition. These are the new challenges facing public entities.
There are many issues to be addressed, which are both diverse and technical. Fidal has adapted to this new legal and institutional environment, acting as a high-quality conduit for clients, capable of effectively supporting public stakeholders through a multidisciplinary approach to all the issues at stake in these areas, at both a national and local level.

For each transaction, a team of public and private law lawyers is formed, giving you access to all the firm's expertise, in particular in environmental law, urban planning law, energy law and other regulated activities, local taxation, company law, open data, intellectual property, human resources, health law and public housing law

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July 01, 2019

The American legal journal “Best Lawyers” has just announced its list of best French lawyers recognized by their peers.

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