DÉCRYPTAGES BY ORRICK

Welcome to Décryptages by Orrick

Every week, our lawyers take the floor in a new episode of Décryptages, the podcast that addresses the new legal challenges facing companies in terms of governance, compliance and innovation in an ever changing economic and competitive environment.

Decryptages Episode 5

What is private enforcement? Olivier Jouffroy and Malik Idri discuss this competition law procedure that allows victims of anti-competitive practices to seek reparation through compensation actions. What are the technical difficulties related to its implementation and how mature is the legal ecosystem?

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Orrick Paris Podcast Décryptages Episode 4

Decarbonizing the global energy system while preserving its security and competitiveness has always felt like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. Now, though, large-scale developments in competitive green hydrogen are emerging as a powerful substitute for fossil fuels, and the market is preparing for this seismic shift.

In this episode, Orrick’s Olivier Edwards and Thierry Lepercq, Founder and President of Soladvent and author of Hydrogen: The New Oil, discuss this critical topic and what comes next.

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Décryptages Episode 2 - The entrepreneur and the lawyer: the third approach

The relationship between legal counsel and entrepreneurs has changed over the years – now more than ever lawyers are responsible for not only finding solutions but providing unwavering support for projects. With this shift comes new opportunities for lawyers and entrepreneurs, plus key takeaways and lessons learned.

During this episode, Orrick’s Olivier Edwards and Olivier Vuillod – both members the Technology Companies Group (TCG) practice – share their thoughts on this critical relationship, and what comes next.

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Decryptages - Orrick Podcasts

What is the role of the business today? This two-part inaugural episode provides a framework for determining the place of businesses in Western democracies, specifically in the face of current developments in capitalism. University of Paris law professor Dr. Alain Pietrancosta talks with Orrick’s Alexis Marraud des Grottes discuss these issues, with an eye on current affairs surrounding French, European, and international business law, from profit seeking to positions on political and social issues

Part One: The History of Corporate Purpose

This timely debate features Alain Pietrancosta and Orrick’s Alexis Marraud des Grottes. The focus: Defining the vision, mission and impact of the modern company, and what its core reason for being is today.

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Part Two: The Return of the Pendulum, the Emergence of Corporate Governance

This timely debate features Alain Pietrancosta and Orrick’s Alexis Marraud des Grottes. The focus: Defining the vision, mission and impact of the modern company, and what its core reason for being is today.

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