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    in labour and employment law

    Galion is an independent French business law firm dealing exclusively with labour and employment law and specialising in advice, litigation and dispute resolution.

    Close to its clients, Galion creates and develops for each of its clients “made-to-measure” solutions adapted to their needs, culture, business and organisation.

    Our approach is based on three fundamental points:

    • Technical excellence maintained in a context of increasing legal uncertainty;
    • Pragmatic vision and a strong corporate culture to act effectively; and,
    • Partnership, availability and commitment, essential in creating a close-working relationship.

     

    Special Bulletin (June 2016)

    » Reform of French labour litigation

     


    Last Galion's Newsletter

    • Schedule of labor courts compensation

      conformity to article 10 of convention No. 158 of the International Labor Organization.

      Settlement

      nullity of a settlement concluded in the absence of a prior notification of the dismissal by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt.
    • Economic redundancy

      the non-setting up of a staff representative structure causes harm to the employees.

      Professional elections

      application of the principle of the personal exercise of the right to vote in case of electronic voting.
    • Collective mutually agreed termination

      first decision given by the administrative court on the measures introduced by the order No. 2017-1387 of 22 September 2017.

      Non-compete clause

      independence of the mobility clause and the non-compete clause.
    • Health and safety

      conditions of giving effect to the employer’s liability based on his or her safety performance obligation.

      Social security

      : vote of the social security financing bill for 2019 by the National Assembly, at first reading, on 30 October 2018.
    • Social policy

      vote of the PACTE bill by the National Assembly, at first reading, on 9 October 2018.

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