Thomas Forray

Sorba Payrau Avocats
Lawyer

Thomas Forray is a lawyer at Sorba Payrau Avocats. Prior to his current position, he worked at law firm De Castelnau in Paris, one of the first firms to have specialized in public law in France (now also specialized in criminal law). He is specialized in public economic law and manages the Public contracts and competition practice. His initial training in economics (Bachelor), combined with his public law Master degree (Sorbonne law school), enables him to efficiently assist a number of public organizations (French State, local authorities) and private firms, mainly in their public contracts-related problems (contractual engineering, public tenders, breach of contract, liability, litigation...). He also regularly delivers legal formations and contributes to several legal and general journals and websites

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Thomas Forray Favoritism: The French Supreme Court extends the applicability of the crime of favoritism in public procurement subject to the old order of June 6, 2015, the principles of strict Interpretation and non-retroactivity of criminal law notwithstanding (Bastien X e. a.)

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Le délit d’octroi d’avantage injustifié, plus communément appelé “délit de favoritisme”, est prévu et réprimé par l’article 432-14 du code pénal (peine encourue de deux ans d’emprisonnement et 30 000 euros d’amende). Il vise le fait “de procurer ou de tenter de procurer à autrui un avantage injustifié par un (...)

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