Fabrice Fages

  • 45, rue Saint-Dominique
  • Paris 75007
  • France

Fabrice Fages is a partner in the Litigation & Trial Department in the Paris office. He regularly handles complex litigation and arbitration, with particular experience in mass litigation, as well as investigations and crisis management.

Mr. Fages advises clients on complex commercial litigation in front of all levels of jurisdiction in France, and represents global companies in cross-border internal investigations.

Since 1994, he t has taught several university courses, including the course "Pratique du règlement des litiges financiers internationaux" on the Master 2 curriculum and "Opération et fiscalité internationale des sociétés" for Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, as well as participating in the "Compliance et Ethique des Affaires" course. He also teaches the course "Company Law Disputes" for the LLM "Assas World Arbitration and Disputes Settlement". 

Prior to joining Latham, Mr. Fages worked for the French Senate on various business and financial law drafts for a three-year period (1999-2002) and at the French National Assembly.

Mr. Fages is also a founding member of the Financial Law Committee of Paris Europlace.

Recognition Highlights

Clients remark that 'Fabrice Fages is highly responsive and has great listening skills' (Compliance) and ‘Fabrice Fages has shown great listening skills and great intelligence of the mechanisms of our markets and the regulatory systems that shape these markets. He has identified complex AND effective strategies for managing and resolving commercial disputes.’ (Commercial Litigation) The Legal 500 EMEA 2022

Fabrice Fages’ practices of Commercial and Financial Litigation have been ranked as Excellent by Les Décideurs in 2021 and 2022. 

Ranked for Arbitration & Mediation. Best Lawyers 2021

Recognized by Legal 500 Europe 2019.

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