Avocats
While the courts are particularly concerned about the fate of the victims of sexual harassment in the workplace, nonetheless they are careful in accessing the facts which constitute sexual harassment by taking into account both the statutory provisions ... read more
“Entering another employee’s professional email account and reading messages identified as “personal” constitutes a violation of the duties set forth in the employment contract that could result in disciplinary action or even ... read more
In a decision dated May 9, 2019 (1), for the first time, the French Cour de Cassation upheld a mutual termination agreement (rupture conventionnelle) involving an employee declared unfit for his position by the occupational physician (médecin du travail). ... read more
Failure to take care of one’s physical fitness, to comply with the Club’s physical training program and adopt a lifestyle in accordance with one’s profession constitutes serious ” unsporting ” misconduct that justifies the ... read more
Decree n°2017-1387 dated September 22, 2017, on the predictability and security of labour relations, introduced a scale for compensations which allows employers and employees to have prior knowledge of the financial stakes for dismissals lacking any real ... read more
Decision by the Social Chamber of the Court of Cassation dated June 21, 2018 (Cass. Civ 2e. 21 juin 2018, n°17-15.984) As per a June 21, 2018 decision, the Court of Cassation answered the following question: Is a skiing accident during a company seminar ... read more
Decision by the Social Chamber of the French Supreme Court dated September 12, 2018 (Cass. Soc. 12 September 2018, n° 16-11.690) As per a September 12, 2018 decision, the French Supreme Court (called “Cour de cassation”) answered the following question: Can ... read more
Bénédicte Litzler will attend to the 26th Conference of Avocats Conseils d’Entreprises, on the 27th and 28th of September in Antibes. Member of the Social Law commission, she will be part of all Social Law Workshops.
Decision by the Social Chamber of the Court of Cassation dated May 3, 2018 (Cass. Soc. 3 mai 2018, n°17-11.048). While it is customary for an employer to request certain personal documents for operational purposes, there is nevertheless sensitive ... read more

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