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French Courts Find Employer Liable For Employee's Death During Sex On A Business Trip
The Paris Court of Appeal has recently found a company liable for the death of an employee on a business trip who died of a heart attack while having sex with a stranger (decision no. 16/08787).
France
3 Oct 2019
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Macron Scale Of Damages For Unfair Dismissal: The Lower French Industrial Tribunals Strike Back
The Paris and Reims courts of appeal are expected to take a position on the Macron scale on 25 September 2019.
France
23 Sep 2019
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La validation du barème Macron par la Cour de cassation
Dans le prolongement de la « saga » sur le barème Macron, la Cour de cassation a rendu un avis très attendu sur la compatibilité du barème
France
30 Aug 2019
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French Supreme Court Deems Enforceable The So-Called "Macron Scale" Providing For Capped Damages In Case Of Unfair Dismissal
The French Supreme Court has just put an end to the suspense over the enforceability of the so called "Macron scale".
France
26 Jul 2019
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Clarity At Last In French Unfair Dismissal Cases
Employers are relieved! One of the most talked-about provisions of the Macron ordinances has been confirmed as valid by the French Court of Cassation (Supreme Court).
France
25 Jul 2019
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Employment Law Newsletter – March 2019
Our Paris office is pleased to present its monthly newsletter on employment matters.
France
5 Apr 2019
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Is Paris Burning? France Considers Whether Damages For Employee Dismissals Should Be Capped
The latest version of Article L. 1235-3 of the French Labor Code, based on the "Macron Ordinances," has recently been the subject of major dispute, with several labor tribunals issuing conflicting decisions
France
8 Feb 2019
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Capped Damages At Risk In France?
The Paris Employment team would like to draw your attention to some interesting developments regarding the application of the capped damages scale applied to unfair dismissals.
France
30 Jan 2019
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The Macron Ordinances Also Aim At Reducing The Number Of Employer-Employee Disputes Brought To Court
The interests of companies undoubtedly lie at the heart of the reform of the French Labor Code introduced by the so-called Macron Ordinances of September 22, 2017.
France
3 May 2018
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Recent Case Law | Employers And Their Employee's Facebook
The employer's use of information available on social networks is fueling increasing litigation. Whether it concerns information about the employee or comments the employee posted online ...
France
25 Apr 2018
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Employment Alert - February 2018
Through recent case law, the French Supreme Court recalled to employers their obligations in a situation of harassment or sufferance.
France
20 Feb 2018
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France's Employment Reforms To Go Into Effect In September
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 ...
France
31 Aug 2017
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The Risks Of Co-Employment Liability In France
Against a background of financial crisis and corporate restructurings, French workers have taken to the ramparts. Employees dismissed "for economic reasons" have been filing complaints...
France
22 Aug 2016
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Advocate General Backs French Woman Dismissed For Wearing Hijab At Work
Following our recent article titled "Attorney General backs ban on wearing headscarves in the workplace", the European Court of Justice (ECJ) is revisiting the issue of Islamic dress in the workplace.
European Union
20 Jul 2016
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Prevention And Early Intervention: Employers' New Defences To Harassment Claims In France
The trend to a more employer-friendly approach stems from last year's decision of the French Supreme Court of 25 November 2015.
France
6 Jul 2016
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A Null And Void Non-Compete Clause Does Not Trigger Automatic Damages
Until now, there has been no requirement for an employee to demonstrate any loss suffered to be entitled to damages owing to a null and void non-compete clause inserted into his or her employment contract.
France
24 Jun 2016
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Entretien Préalable À Une Sanction Disciplinaire : La Mention Des Griefs Sur La Convocation N'est Pas Obligatoire
Pour mémoire, un courant jurisprudentiel s'était récemment développé à la suite d'un arrêt de la cour d'appel de Paris en date du 7 mai 2014...
France
19 May 2016
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Reed Smith, Partner In The Sixth Parliamentary Meeting About Health At Work
This alert sums up the sixth parliamentary meeting on well-being at work. Reed Smith was a partner in these meetings for the second successive year.
France
8 May 2016
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New Insights On The Regime Of The Agreed Termination
In France, after the signature of the agreed termination form between the employer and the employee, the parties have 15 calendar days to withdraw their consent.
France
2 Mar 2016
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Asbestos: The French State Council ("Conseil d'Etat") Holds The State Liable When An Employer Is Deemed Responsible For Asbestos-Related Occupational Diseases And Inexcusable Faults
On the 9th of November 2015, the French State Council ("Conseil d'Etat") admitted for the first time the possibility for an employer held liable on the grounds of inexcusable fault to take action against the State ..
France
24 Nov 2015
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