Thierry DUGAST


Thierry DUGAST has focused since his enrolment with the Paris Bar on a variety of issues of interest to operators and healthcare industries (pharmaceutical and medical device industry, doctors, healthcare establishments, retirement homes, medico-social establishments), in the following areas:

  • Health Law:
    • drugs and health products (price, advertising, registration for reimbursement, AMM, etc.)
    • relations and disputes with the supervisory authorities (CEPS, ANSM, ARS, etc.)
    • social security disputes and pricing of acts and services
    • administrative regime of installations, creations and regrouping
    • medical practice (contractual relations and medical practice structures)
    • administrative and financial organization of health establishments
    • restructuring operations
    • specific groupings
    • litigation of professional orders
  • Public Law:
    • litigation and pre-litigation files and advice: markets, contracts, delegations, groups and partnerships
    • administrative authorizations
    • classified installations / environment
    • public development operations
    • specific disputes (tax, financial penalties, etc.)

Thierry DUGAST brings to these operators and industrialists his experience of private law and contractual practice, and deals in a privileged manner with the issues arising from public law and relations with the supervisory authorities (regulation, pricing, market access, authorizations, advertising, etc.) advice or litigation.

Languages: english


  • Sworn in: 1989

  • Lawyer Partner of MOURZITCH and BOUCHONY Law Firm – 1994 to 1997

  • Lawyer founder of his own firm – 1997 to 1999

  • Associate lawyer of the law firm COURTOIS LEBEL – 1999 to 2008

  • Associate lawyer of Cabinet SAINT LOUIS AVOCATS – since 2008


  • Sciences – Po Paris – SP 1984
  • DESS Business and Tax Law – Paris II – 1985


And also

Because a lawyer is above all a human being integrated into society:
I don’t pay a lawyer to tell me what I can’t do, I pay him to explain to me how I can do what I want to do” (Henry Ford)