Labour and employment Law Litigation and criminal employment

In a context of increasing claims brought by employees and employee representatives with regard to sensitive issues that may notably involve criminal employment law (discrimination, a criminal offense of failure to consult, inform or operate the works council (offense of obstruction), strikes, moral and sexual harassment, unfair competition, “mass” litigation, etc.), the High-Risk Litigation practice, run by partners with strong know-how in litigation, has been established to defend you in disputes of this kind.

This practice has extensive experience in such high-risk litigation cases. Further, suitable human and technical resources, coupled with an appropriate methodology, are enabled to deal with both individual litigation and, where applicable, “mass” litigation throughout the entire French territory.
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