Benjamin Vincendeau

Lecturer in Law

Contact

Email: b.vincendeau@ipag.fr

Phone: +33 1 5363 3600

Campus: Paris

Éducation

2016: PhD in Private Law at the University of Cergy-Pontoise

2009: Master “Business Law and Business Ethics” at the University of Cergy-Pontoise and ESSEC

2007: License in Private Law at the University of Cergy-Pontoise

  • Biography
  • Selected publications
  • Professional experiences

Benjamin Vincendeau is teacher-researcher at IPAG Business School. Holding a Ph.D. in Private Law on “Corporate Social Responsibility, a comparative study between American and French Law for Listed Corporations” at the University of Cergy-Pontoise, he publishes articles in various specialized journals in Business Law, Family Law, Consumer Law, Liability Law and Contract Law. Dr. Vincendeau also participates in many symposiums in these fields and contributes to collective works.

Vincendeau, B. (2020). Corporate Social Responsibility, a comparative study between American and French Law for Listed Corporations. Lextenso, forthcoming december.

Vincendeau, B. (2020). (Management and introduction to the collective work of doctoral researchers of the LEJEP). The role of the exception in the dynamics of law. Lextenso forthcoming, september.

Vincendeau, B. (2019). L’évolution de l’exception d’inexécution. Petites Affiches, 180, 6-24.

Bruna, M.-G., Vincendeau, B. (2018). Les voies de la compliance. RIMHE, Autumn 2018, 101-120.

Vincendeau, B. (2018). Les conséquences de la contractualisation des procédures de liquidation du régime matrimonial. Petites Affiches, 140, 7-20.

Vincendeau, B. (2018). La SNCF et la RATP peuvent désormais invoquer la force majeure du fait d’un tiers pour s’exonérer de leur responsabilité extracontractuelle. Petites Affiches, 70, 14-26.

Vincendeau, B. (2018). La vaine contestation de la prépondérance de l’avocat dans les procédures de divorce. Petites Affiches, 55, 6-20.

Vincendeau, B. (2015). The transposition of article 5 of Directive 93/13 / EEC: the contributions of Belgian and French law. Review of European Union Law, 591, 473-490.

Since 2017: Professor in Law at IPAG, Paris & Student-Advocate at the EFB, Paris

2010-2017: Teacher in Private Law at the University of Cergy-Pontoise

Research Areas

Business Law, Private Law

Teaching Areas

Introduction to law, Business Law, Labor Law , International Private Law, Competition Law, Contract Law, Matrimonial Property Law, Property Law, Financial Market Law , International Commercial Law

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