“The 2018 edition of Chambers Europe was recently published, and I am proud to report that our members had another solid showing for labour and employment law, both nationally and across borders,” said Jeroen Douwes, Executive Director of L&E Global
Our international expertise
In line with the internationalisation of companies, Flichy Grangé Avocats has built up since its creation recognised high-level expertise in employment and labour law issues with international ramifications. Our team, made up of lawyers from international law firms who are fluent in English, has been structured to meet the specific needs of multinationals.
Our international practiceMany international groups come to us with their complex files. We help them to handle their cross-border projects such as European or international restructurings, transfers of business activities and employees, setting up European Works Councils, expatriation, inpatriation and employee secondment. Our expertise is based on our in-depth experience of day-to-day management of international legal matters and a network of legal correspondents in foreign countries composed of the best local specialists.
Active involvement in international affairsIn order to follow closely the latest developments in labour and employment law at international level, the lawyers in our team actively participate in associations and speak at international conferences in our specific field of expertise.
Hubert Flichy, Joël Grangé and Olivier Kress are members of the EELA (European Employment Law Association). Joël Grangé and Olivier Kress are also members of the Employment and Industrial Relations Law Committee of the IBA (International Bar Association).
They also make contributions to a large number of international or European publications.
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