Tax and Corporate
+33 (0) 6 88 68 18 40
Main practice Areas
Investment and anti-trust and competition law
Sentitive cases and strategic issues
English and French
Jean-Christophe Bouchard implements complex and transverse solutions, which put the law at the service of the strategy of the firm’s clients, in the following areas:
– Management and anticipation of competitive constraints in development and investment plans
– Real estate (land structuring, fundraising, regulatory constraints)
– Sensitive cases and crisis management
His advice is based on the expertise of the firm’s teams in corporate law, competition law, taxation, real estate law, as well as financing law.
These teams are made up of very experienced lawyers, also with business experience, with the support of University Professors, who provide tailor-made solutions, concerned both with creativity and risk anticipation.
The clientele is made up of groups of companies as well as HNWI.
After being a financial auditor (KPMG Audit), Jean-Christophe Bouchard was a lawyer with Gide Loyrette Nouel and Arthur Andersen (partner in 2001).
Member of RICS, EACC, IBA, and member of the Board of Less Saves the Planet, Jean-Christophe Bouchard is a certified public accountant, and graduated from Neoma, and from the Universities Paris IX Dauphine and Paris II Assas.
Jean-Christophe Bouchard is also a lecturer at Paris I La Sorbonne University.
- French Business School Sup. de Co. Rouen
- Post-graduate Law Degree in Corporate Taxation, Paris Dauphine University, Paris
- Post-graduate Law Degree in Business Law, Paris Assas University, Paris
Membership of Professional Associations
- Barreau de Paris
- International Bar Association
- American Bar Association
Articles by Jean-Christophe BouchardDroit commercial: Express Form Mergers between Affiliates under French Law | Jean-Christophe Bouchard & Philippe Gianviti
La tribune| Covid-19 : les assureurs vont-ils indemniser les pertes des entreprises ?| Jean-Christophe Bouchard
Le Journal de l’économie| Covid-19 : les assureurs vont-ils indemniser les entreprises au titre de leur assurance perte d’exploitation ?| Jean-Christophe Bouchard