Advice and litigation

The main qualities of a good consultant and litigation lawyer are the ability to be proactive, define a strategy, anticipate and adjust to new situations.

A trustworthy lawyer allows a company to secure and optimise the smooth operation of its business.

A lawyer is essential to a company’s ability to anticipate litigation, secure and manage its operations.

Due to the complexity of the French labour law, social security and social protection, the services of a good specialist are essential to gaining a better grasp of the importance of labour issues, and navigating the subtleties of drafting employment contracts and collective agreements, among others.

As a lawyer, I constantly adjust my professional skills to keep pace with legal changes, in order to carry out my missions. These consist in:

  • Providing prevention advice,
  • Facilitating relations with employees, staff representative institutions, trade unions, and social security and tax administrative authorities,
  • Defending the company in the event of litigation with a former employee: my knowledge of the company, experience, and expertise in my field enable me to defend the company’s best interests,
  • Preferring alternative employment contract termination methods, such as mutual termination, rather than a dismissal procedure,
  • Negotiating an employee’s departure on the company’s behalf

As an experienced consulting and litigation lawyer in labour law, social security and social protection as well as a specialist of mediation, I advise my clients in the following manners:

By defining a strategy

  • Alerting the director about potential risks,
  • Proposing solutions offering the most favorable outcome for the company,
  • Assisting and advising the director with necessary changes,
  • Drafting company agreements creatively and constructively,
  • Informing my client about new laws to help the company gain independence in new legal terrain

Being proactive, and anticipating the client’s needs

  • Securing the company’s internal documents and negotiated agreements, in order to anticipate any contentious problem.
  • Being responsive and available at any time.

Adjusting to new situations

  • Providing HR advice, to ensure that the company meets its latest obligations,
  • Managing crises occurring in the company (strikes, etc.)