Jérôme Gagey, a lawyer at the Paris Bar, founded his Gagey firm in 1994.
Holds a Master’s degree in Anglo-American Business Law from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University, a Diploma of the Institute of Comparative Law as well as a Master’s degree in Business Law and Taxation from Paris II Assas University, he studied for two years the General Theory of Law (“jurisprudence”) at the University of Oxford.
Jérôme Gagey was sworn in 1989. He has spent 28 years in pre-litigation and civil litigation, industrial, commercial and international (including arbitration).
He also taught Corporate Law, for three years, at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM) and is the author of a translation into French of the book “Legal reasoning and legal theory” (Oxford University Press) Professor Neil McCormick (Bailliol College) published in 1995 by PUF under the title “Raisonnement juridique et Théorie du droit”.
Between 1995 and 2001, he successfully followed the Carbon family case against Delphi, a subsidiary of General Motors, in partnership with Jean-Christophe Bernicat.
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