[Smart Event in Tokyo] France’s legal reforms reinforce its business attractiveness for foreign investors: overview of the business practice and legal updates
Catherine GaillardeRaphaël Chantelot PartnerParisShanghai
Raphaël ChantelotAiri Tozaki AssociateParisTokyo
LPA-CGR avocats organized in Tokyo in cooperation with the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan a conference on the following topic:
France’s legal reforms reinforce its business attractiveness for foreign investors: overview of the business practice and legal updates
France is implementing new reforms in several fields of the economy which may create business opportunities for existing players and potential new entrants. France’s regulatory environment should enhance and sustain the growth of business in France, with the deregulation of certain markets (transportation, health industry, energy, etc.), an increased flexibility and foreseeability in employment relationships brought by the recent labor law reform, more flexible rules applicable to corporations, and a new framework for Data Protection in the EU (GDPR). In the context of the Brexit, these changes should also increase the attractiveness of Paris as one of the major world financial centers.
What are the key French regulations impacting the investments and businesses of Japanese and foreign companies in France? How will these reforms help the development and enhance the profitability of their businesses in France?
Emmanuel Tricot, partner in Competition, Distribution and Consumer Law in Paris and Brussels
Raphaël Chantelot, partner in M&A / Corporate Law department in Paris
Catherine Gaillarde, associate in the M&A / Corporate Law Department and in charge of the Japan Desk in Paris
Airi Tozaki, associate in the M&A / Corporate Law Department and member of the Japan Desk at the Paris office
- Date Thursday, November 9, 2017
- Time From 18:30 to 20:30 (doors open at 18:00)
- Venue French Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- Address Iida Bldg 1F, 5-5 Rokubancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
- Language English (with Japanese translation)