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Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Whistleblowing has been part of the U.S. legal tradition, if not since the resolution passed by the Continental Congress in 1778, at least since the adoption of the 1863 False Claims Act.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
French labor law has been thoroughly reformed by five new ordinances, delivering on the campaign promises of French President Emmanuel Macron.
Dentons
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 private by the employee ...
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
The first draft of the ordinance had restricted this option to mandates expiring in 2018, thus limiting the time during which an employer could establish a social and economic committee.
Fisher Phillips LLP
In late September, my colleague, Brian Ellixson, published a post concerning the start of a power swing, from France's historically employee-friendly labor regime to a somewhat more employer-friendly system.
Dentons
Through recent case law, the French Supreme Court recalled to employers their obligations in a situation of harassment or sufferance.
Dentons
The reform of the legal framework of teleworking, effective since September 24, 2017, is the opportunity to review your teleworking policy to ensure its compliance with the new rules.
Littler Mendelson
The guidance outlines the workers who will benefit from the social responsibility rights.
Field Fisher
On 31 August 2017, in the framework of its efforts to reform labor law, the Government presented five draft decrees intended to strengthen social dialogue.
Jones Day
The government has issued these ordinances, and they are likely to be adopted around the end of September.
TMF Group
Now equipped with the power to change French labour laws through a simple presidential decree, President Emmanuel Macron is set to make a number of workplace law changes.
iGlobal Law
French president Emmanuel Macron, true to his election commitment, has published decrees seeking to implement major liberalising reforms of French labour law.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
As President Emmanuel Macron had promised, major employment reforms are under way in France and the related ordinances have been published on August 31, 2017, after ...
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
A Plan de Sauvegarde de l'Emploi (PSE) is a mass redundancy or reduction-in-force plan that companies employing 50 or more employees in France must have in place before dismissing 10 or more employees in a layoff.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
The Cour de cassation will undoubtedly be called upon to resolve this issue.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
When Emmanuel Macron was campaigning, he said that if elected, he would revise French employment laws. It looks like President Macron will act on his promise.
Gowling WLG
This initial proposal from 2015 was refused by the French Constitutional Council because the cap and floor assessment criteria were not directly linked to the harm suffered by the employee.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
Emmanuel Macron views liberalizing French employment law as a priority. To achieve that effect, he plans to amplify the actions initiated in 2015 (the Rebsamen and Macron laws) and in 2016 (the El Khomri law).
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Dans le contexte des récents évènements terroristes et l'attention portée par les media aux comportements et expressions des extrémismes religieux en France...
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Due to the recent terrorist attacks and headlines on religious extremism across Europe, the question of restricting religious expression in the workplace is becoming more prevalent for French employers.
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Dentons
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 private by the employee ...
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
French labor law has been thoroughly reformed by five new ordinances, delivering on the campaign promises of French President Emmanuel Macron.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
The first draft of the ordinance had restricted this option to mandates expiring in 2018, thus limiting the time during which an employer could establish a social and economic committee.
Fisher Phillips LLP
In late September, my colleague, Brian Ellixson, published a post concerning the start of a power swing, from France's historically employee-friendly labor regime to a somewhat more employer-friendly system.
Dentons
Through recent case law, the French Supreme Court recalled to employers their obligations in a situation of harassment or sufferance.
TMF Group
Now equipped with the power to change French labour laws through a simple presidential decree, President Emmanuel Macron is set to make a number of workplace law changes.
Field Fisher
On 31 August 2017, in the framework of its efforts to reform labor law, the Government presented five draft decrees intended to strengthen social dialogue.
Jones Day
The government has issued these ordinances, and they are likely to be adopted around the end of September.
iGlobal Law
French president Emmanuel Macron, true to his election commitment, has published decrees seeking to implement major liberalising reforms of French labour law.
Littler Mendelson
The guidance outlines the workers who will benefit from the social responsibility rights.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Due to the recent terrorist attacks and headlines on religious extremism across Europe, the question of restricting religious expression in the workplace is becoming more prevalent for French employers.
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Whistleblowing has been part of the U.S. legal tradition, if not since the resolution passed by the Continental Congress in 1778, at least since the adoption of the 1863 False Claims Act.
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