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Access to employee files the ECHR validates the position of the Supreme Court

European Union, France - March 15 2018 The European Court of Human Rights validates the French position by ruling that the employer may freely consult a file that is not identified as…

Julie Caussade, Clarisse Lister

Towards gender balance in corporate governance bodies

France - March 28 2022 The law to speed up economic and professional equality, known as the Rixain law, adopted on December 24, 2021, constitutes one more step towards…

Julie Caussade, Katell Deniel-Allioux, Clarisse Lister, Frédérique Meslay-Caloni

The employer's responsibility for the transportation costs of its employees

France - October 26 2022 Whether mandatory or optional, the provisions for covering home-workplace transport costs have been made more flexible in the amended finance law for…

Julie Caussade, Katell Deniel-Allioux, Clarisse Lister, Frédérique Meslay-Caloni

Employment Alert - February 2018

France - February 15 2018 Through recent case law, the French Supreme Court recalled to employers their obligations in a situation of…

Julie Caussade, Katell Deniel-Allioux, Aurélie Fournier, Clarisse Lister, Frédérique Meslay-Caloni, Francois Troadec

La clause de renonciation à tout recours insérée dans une rupture conventionnelle est réputée non écrite (Cass. Soc. 26 juin 2013 n°12-15.208)

France - November 27 2013 Le salarié soutenait que l'insertion d'une clause de renonciation dans la rupture conventionnelle permettait de considérer l'acte comme…

Julie Caussade, Katell Deniel-Allioux, Jean-Louis Magnier, Frédérique Meslay-Caloni, Christine Sévère