LPA-CGR avocats welcomes on board new Members to its governing bodies
Philippe RaybaudMartine Blanck-Dap PartnerParis
Martine Blanck-DapBertrand Galvez PartnerParis
Bertrand GalvezXavier Clédat PartnerParis
Xavier ClédatSilke Nadolni PartnerParis
Silke NadolniChloé Thiéblemont PartnerParis
Chloé ThiéblemontSidonie Fraîche-Dupeyrat PartnerParis
Sidonie Fraîche-DupeyratFrançois-Régis Fabre-Falret PartnerParis
Banking – FinanceDispute resolution
Dispute resolutionDistribution and Commercial Contracts
Distribution and Commercial ContractsEmployment
IP-ITM&A - Corporate law
M&A - Corporate lawPrivate wealth management
Private wealth managementPublic and administrative law
Public and administrative lawReal Estate transactions and asset management
Real Estate transactions and asset managementRestructuring
The general meeting of the partners of LPA-CGR avocats, made up of 40 partners, appointed new members to its governing bodies – the Management Board and Executive Committee – and elected Sidonie Fraiche-Dupeyrat Chair of the Management Board.
The Executive Committee is made up of the three members of the Management Board and five additional partners: Xavier Clédat (Dispute Resolution), François-Régis Fabre-Falret (Real Estate), Silke Nadolni (Real Estate), Philippe Raybaud (Corporate/Energy) and Chloé Thiéblemont (Finance).
Sidonie Fraîche-Dupeyrat, 41, has been a partner in the Real Estate department since 2014. She has spent her entire career at LPA-CGR avocats (formerly Lefèvre Pelletier et associés), which she joined in 2000. She holds a postgraduate DEA degree in private law and a Master’s in real estate management from ESSEC.
Among its priorities, the firm places innovation at the heart of its strategy and is resolutely committed to the digital transformation of the profession and lawyer services in order to bring new added value, transform the client relationship, upgrade the working methods of its teams and put the firm on an innovative and agile trajectory. In this respect, the firm recently welcomed Joanna Pomian as Chief Digital Officer.
Aware that its teams are the main added value of a firm at the service of its clients, the new management will also to continue to reflect on career development, talent selection and employee support towards more flexible working methods adapted to the changing needs of clients.
Sidonie Fraîche-Dupeyrat comments: “I am very pleased to embody the generational transition that our firm is undergoing. I have had the chance to work with charismatic personalities, first and foremost Philippe Pelletier, who passed on to me his passion for our profession”. She adds: “I salute the actions of my predecessors and in particular Martine Blanck-Dap, who did an amazing job in leading the firm, particularly during our merger with CGR Legal in 2016. Today, our priorities are mainly concentrated on digital transformation, but also on expanding our service offer, anchoring our international development and innovation in our working methods, with the sole concern of meeting and anticipating our clients’ needs. We look forward to serving a dynamic, visionary and talented firm!”