Hot Topics of Labour Law in France with Flichy Grangé Avocats
About this webinar
Chambers are delighted to invite you to join us for a webinar on 12 October with Flichy Grangé Avocats. This webinar will cover the following talking points:
- Labour law implications in M&A transactions
- Working from home going forward: right, privilege or obligation?
Florence Aubonnet, Partner, Employment, - Flichy Grangé Avocats, France
Florence Aubonnet, attorney at law, is an employment partner at Flichy Grangé Avocats, a top ranked labour and employment law firm based in Paris. She advises in employment restructurings, outsourcing, mergers and acquisitions for national and cross-border corporations and investment funds intending to establish, acquire or restructure business entities in France. She also specialises in arrangements for setting up European Works Councils, and advises on the impact of establishing a European Company (SE) via restructuring or cross-border mergers. Her clients include large corporations in many different business sectors whether services or industries. In her employment related litigation practice, Florence Aubonnet represents international and French groups before the French Courts in high-risk collective or individual disputes. Florence is highly involved in the firm’s global initiatives co-lead by L&E Global, an international top ranked employment alliance of 28 prominent employment-law firms co-founded by Flichy Grangé Avocats in 2011. As a co-chair of the Paris Bar’s Association - Employment Law Commission, Florence is also lecturing at the Paris Bar School, at the Paris II Assas University - Master 2 in Business Law & Tax and she regularly publishes articles on employment related topics. Her overall legal expertise is repeatedly recognized by international legal directories such as Chambers and Best Lawyers.
Florence Bacquet, Partner, Employment - Flichy Grangé Avocats, France
Florence Bacquet’s practice focuses on advising international and domestic companies on various aspects of collective labour-law matters including staff representative bodies, collective status, group disputes and litigation with major financial implications. She regularly navigates major clients and provides strategic guidance on legal and regulatory matters and devising solutions to the employment-related matters in and out of court. A member of the American Bar Association, Florence graduated from one of the most prestigious French business schools, École des hautes études commerciales de Paris(HEC) and she is repeatedly recognised by international legal directories, Legal 500 in the category of Next Generation Partners and, her legal excellence has been awarded by Best Lawyers. Florence is also actively involved with the firm’s work in legal innovations in the fields of legal and regulatory technology.
Charline Thiebault, Deputy Editor, Europe - Chambers and Partners
Charline graduated in International Relations and Political Sciences from Sciences Po Lyon, before studying for an MA in International Politics at SOAS in London. She is a French native speaker.