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Pierre-Emmanuel Fender is a French qualified partner of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in Paris. He is a member of the firm’s litigation and business restructuring practice groups.
Fender specialises in complex cross-border restructurings involving amicable preinsolvency negotiations or actual insolvency proceedings. He regularly advises debtor companies undergoing insolvency proceedings, insolvency practitioners, creditors (including banks and funds) and investors looking to acquire distressed targets. His core litigation practice covers disputes in relation to restructurings, including collective labour disputes in relation to restructurings, as well as general litigation – from product liability issues to claims brought in relation to breach of competition law.
Fender is recommended by Chambers Europe 2020, The Legal 500 EMEA 2020 and Best Lawyers in France 2020.
Before joining Gibson Dunn in 2017, he was a partner at Ashurst. He has previously practised with Landwell & Associés, Arthur Andersen International and HSD Ernst & Young. He speaks French and English fluently
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