Elisabeth Graujeman advises French and international companies on all issues relating to social law.
She has been practicing for more than two decades with a focus on complex reorganizations such as plant closures, mergers and acquisitions and litigations against unions and works councils. She has also been recognized for many years for her niche expertise on supplementary retirement schemes and welfare schemes.
Elisabeth Graujeman registered with the Bar association of Paris in 1994.
Before joining Watrelot & Associés in 2001, Elisabeth Graujeman was a partner at Fromont Briens & Associés.
Within Chassany Watrelot & Associés, she is in charge of the Welfare Protection Hub.
Elisabeth Graujeman is a member of the International Bar Association and AvoSial.
Elisabeth Graujeman regularly writes articles regarding employment law and pensions and welfare protection.
She is notably the co-author of a book on French pensions reform : “Réforme(s) des retraites et emploi des seniors : le nouveau droit des retraites après les réformes de 2010 et 2012”, Editions Liaisons, Collection Droit Vivant.