Since January 1, 2022, Anne de GALZAIN has been regional co-director of the law firm Fidal Aquitaine Atlantique alongside Christophe PUEL.
Anne de GALZAIN has been since January 1, 2022, co-regional director of the law firm Fidal Aquitaine Atlantique alongside Christopher PUEL. A corporate law lawyer, she joined the Bordeaux office in 2009 after practicing for 20 years with Lange & de Galzain.
Known for her excellent knowledge of the wine world, Anne de Galzain supports many vineyard owners and wine producers in their external growth and/or internal restructuring operations. Since 2017, this expertise has led her to lead and animate a team of lawyers and jurists on a national scale, constituting a center of expertise which endeavors to promote the multidisciplinary offer of the firm Fidal and to mobilize all its levers. of development at the service of all the wine-growing regions.
Anne de Galzain performs her new function alongside Christophe Puel, doctor of law and lawyer specializing in environmental law, regional director since the end of 2019. After starting his career with the companies Framatome and Areva, he joined the firm Fidal in the Bordeaux office in 2002, and developed a transversal approach to environmental law there: he has been in charge of environmental law for the entire firm since 2012, a specialty recognized by CHAMBERS and LEGAL 500 since 2015. The regional management of Fidal Aquitaine Atlantique includes 7 offices (Angoulême/Cognac, La Rochelle, Bordeaux, Dax, Pau, and Bayonne) and thus allows its lawyers to shine in the Gironde and neighboring departments.
2022: FIDAL TURNS 100
In 2022, Fidal will celebrate its 100th anniversary. “100 years of professional practice in the service of a clientele ranging from SMEs to listed companies and who have remained loyal to us. It is up to us to remain faithful to our founding values, namely the excellence which must remain and the trust which cannot be decreed but which must be earned. It is also up to us to redefine a new roadmap where agility becomes tomorrow’s excellence, both internally and externally, where the sharing of knowledge and techniques must take precedence over mere access to information and where only the courage to challenge ourselves will allow us to adapt to the challenge of the next 100 years,” the co-directors said in a statement.