axlaw, avocat rouen, avocat paris, Employment


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It is the core activity of Axlaw. Our team is very experienced in this field whether it is for advisory or litigation purposes.
We assist our clients in various areas of activity by familiarizing us with the constraints of their business sectors.
Our team, which previously constituted the social law department of the law firm HFW, with whom we maintain close relations, was recommended by Legal 500.

Our field experience is as follows:

1. Legal Advice 

Collective Labor Relations

Employee Savings
Rules of procedure
Job and Skills forecast management
Managing relationships with employee representative bodies
Collective dismissal for economic reasons (Employment preservation program, management of procedures and consultations with employee representative bodies, relations with labor inspectorate...)

Individual Labor Relations

Employment contracts and endorsements
Individual dismissal
Breach of contractual obligations
Disciplinary Procedures
International Mobility

2. Litigation 

We assist our clients in civil, criminal and administrative courts for all litigations linked to social law :

Litigation on Employment Law
Whether it is individual labor litigation (employment contract, disciplinary proceedings, transaction, harassment, professional discrimination and equality issues, working hours, maritime labor law, inability...)
Collective litigation (professional elections, recognition of economic and employee unit (French UES), strike, social dialogue, transfer of business

Litigation Social Security
This includes accidents and occupational diseases related to the recognition of an inexcusable fault, French Urssaf litigation, litigation beforethe Incapacity Dispute Court (TCI).

Criminal Litigation
This concerns obstruction offenses, accidents at work, harassment, illegal employment, health and safety obligations at the workplace...

Administrative Litigation
This concerns the challenge of decisions to refuse the dismissal of protected employees and procedures for collective redundancies.