François Tenailleau is a partner in the Public Law Department. He heads the Infrastructure practice. He practices public business law and in particular in the following areas: public contracts (including public procurement contracts, concessions, public-private partnerships, agreements relating to the occupancy of the public domain, complex contractual arrangements) and other public law matters: public property law, financing of public entities, public and parapublic institutions, social housing and state aids.
For more than 20 years, he has been acting as an advisor and a litigator for his clients: which include operators in all economic sectors and building companies, financial institutions and infrastructure funds, as well as public sector entities.
He is recognized as an expert in his field and is regularly consulted by French government authorities and professional organizations. In particular, he was a member of the group of experts associated with the drafting of the French public procurement code and is involved in the group in charge of the revision of standards clauses applicable to public procurement contracts.