Michel Desplan is a French magistrate.
Born on November 8th, 1955 in Alès, Michel Desplan obtained a control of right then makes a success of the entrance examination to the National school of the magistrature, where it was named listener of justice in 1978.
Applying its functions in several jurisdictions (Perpignan, Troyes, Nancy, where it was named assistant prosecutor in 1993), it became in 2001 first judge (then vice-president in 2002) with the Court of Bankruptcy of Paris (TGI of Paris), where it chaired three times per week the audiences of the 11th Criminal Court specialized in the economic frauds and financial.
Prosecuting attorney close the Court of Appeal of Nancy since 2004, Michel Desplan was named on January 15th, 2007 prosecuting attorney close the Court of Appeal of Versailles to exert the functions of public prosecutor close the TGI of Versailles.
He was made knight about the Legion of honor on April 14th, 2006.
President of the 11th Criminal Court of the TGI of Paris, Michel Desplan was brought, from March in July 2003, to chair the lawsuit of the Affaire Elf where 37 defendants were to answer of diversion, abuse or concealment of Abuse of corporate asset.
Its capacities of synthesis, its allied clearness with a great meticulousness helped with the comprehension of this complex file which had required eight years of instruction (in particular under the control of the judges Eva Joly and Renaud Van Ruymbeke).
Energetic, incisive, intractable although courteous, he managed to push in their last cuttings off the principal defendants (Loïk Le Floch-Prigent, André Tarallo, Alfred Sirven) and to make emerge a legal truth in a business which constitutes one of the greatest politico-financial scandals of Ve République.
By a journalist: Eric Decouty, a French fiasco. Secret history of the financial Pole , Denoël Editions, 2006. (in particular chapter 11 devoted to the Elf lawsuit)
- the judge and the decision of management , under the direction of Antoine Lyon-Caen and Quentin Urban, Dalloz Editions, Collection Topics & comments, 2006. (on the role of the judges of work, commercial and penal in the business management, with in particular the contribution of Mr. Desplan p.157-165)
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