At a time when the challenge of ecological transition is at the heart of political and societal issues for public and private players, our team can help you cope with the current and future environmental and energy challenges.
In support of economic operators evolving in the industrial and services sectors, confronted with a “compliance” target and wishing to commit themselves voluntarily to cope with the challenges of ecological transformation, our team has developed a “Project” approach to meet their needs.
Oyat’s teams combine solid legal expertise with a cross-disciplinary vocation (public/private law) and the ability to mobilise technical and financial experts able to provide with operational and secure advice, in contractual matters, audit issues, administrative or judicial litigations relating to:
- environmental and sustainable development law on the issues raised in terms of circular economy, polluted sites and soils, sustainable development of real estate assets, and control of technological and health risks;
- energy law on the legal issues raised in the fight against global warming and carbon neutrality, energy sobriety and renewable energies, as well as the energy renovation of future buildings and areas, whether urban or not.
By pooling the expertise and collaborative method of our teams, we have structured, for the benefit of our clients, transversal offers that respond to the current and future challenges in the following areas: Sustainable mobility, Real Estate operations, Projects and infrastructures.
Our team can also rely on the firm’s other practices with which it has strong synergies (Corporate/M&A, Digital and innovation), including issues related to reducing the environmental footprint of digital technology.
Environment, Energy, Ecological transition, Sustainable development, Compliance, CSR, Circular economy, Waste, Polluted sites and soils, Urban development, Energy efficiency, Climate, Energy renovation, Energy efficiency, Carbon neutrality, Renewable energies, Complex arrangements, Contracts