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FRANCE – LUXEMBOURG DESKIn light of the dynamic economic exchanges between France and Luxembourg as well as the geographical and cultural proximity between both countries, Flichy Grangé Avocats has developed an expertise in employment law dedicated to Luxembourgish companies operating in France or seeking to establish a presence on French soil.
OUR EXPERIENCE RELATING TO PROJECTS INVOLVING BOTH FRANCE AND LUXEMBOURGWe assist numerous Luxembourgish companies that are players in a variety of different fields such as the industrial sector, financial institutions, as well as trade and service providers, all of which seek strategic and operational legal advice.
We are able to assist with regards to formalities pertaining to hiring employees in France, wide-scale or sensitive projects (transferring activities and employees, transnational restructuring, high-risk litigation, etc.) as well as any and all issues related to the daily management of the employment relationship (mobility, remuneration, working hours, teleworking, social protection, termination of the employment contract, etc.).
Conversely, we are able to assist French companies seeking legal advice in Luxembourg thanks to our Luxembourgish partner, the firm KLEYR | GRASSO. The latter is a member of the international labour and employment alliance L&E Global, which was co-founded by Flichy Grangé Avocats in 2011 and includes 30 top law firms specializing in labour law and operating in the world's major economic and financial centres.
A GENUINE BUSINESS PARTNER SERVING LUXEMBOURGISH COMPANIESWe strive to offer our clients strategic advice customized to their operational needs in order to facilitate the development of their activities in France within an ever-changing and often complex legal environment.
Moreover, we offer our expertise and extensive network to help Luxembourgish companies identify relevant contacts relating to their establishment and the development of their activities in France (administrations, accounting firms, payroll service providers, etc.).
Caroline Scherrmann, who is of dual French and Luxembourgish nationalities, is the partner in charge of Flichy Grangé Avocats’ France-Luxembourg Desk. Caroline Scherrmann is a member of the IBA (International Bar Association) and of the “Business Club France-Luxembourg” (BCFL) within the Embassy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in France.
Caroline has consistently been nominated as a "Best Lawyer" for France by the American legal magazine Best Lawyers since 2021.
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