Jacques Verrecchia, Johnny Hallyday’s rock’n’roll lawyer

Jacques Verrecchia, Johnny Hallyday’s rock’n’roll lawyer
Jacques Verrecchia, Johnny Hallyday’s rock’n’roll lawyer

PORTRAIT – After having been a musician with Antoine, Dick Rivers and Sacha Distel, Jacques Verrecchia, an unconditional admirer of Jean-Philippe Smet, became his lawyer. He has just published his memoirs.

At the height of the war between David Hallyday, Laura Smet and Laeticia Hallyday, he stood at the back of the Nanterre court. Incognito. For nothing in the world, he would not have missed these audiences where the shadow of his dear Johnny loomed. Draped in his black dress, Jacques Verrecchia uncompromisingly sized up his colleagues at the bar. “I went there on my own and was devastated by what I heard. The only one really talented was Pierre-Jean Douvier, the trust specialist hired by David Hallyday.” Jacques Verrecchia rubbed shoulders with the rocker for fifty years. First as a musician, then as a close friend and finally as a lawyer from 1982 to 2007. After this longevity record, he was ousted without explanation. They saw each other again in 2013, as if nothing had happened, leaving a weight room in Los Angeles, where both had settled.

In this month of June when a giant mass is organized at La Major in Marseille in tribute to Johnny, Jacques Verrecchia publishes Boss’s lawyer

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