Associate

PRACTICE AREAS

Labour and Employment ››

Litigation ››

NEWS

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CONTACT

T +33 (0) 1 40 53 09 90

mcarde@sbl.eu

EDUCATION

Bar School (2011-2012)

University Paris I Sorbonne (2008): Master’s II (Research) de Droit International Economique

University Johannes Gutenberg of Mayence, Germany (2007): L.L.M. in German and International Business Law

University Paris XII (2006): four-year degree in European Business Law

University Paris XII (2006): Master I in Business Law

University Paris XII/University Complutense of Madrid, Spain (2005) : Bachelor’s degree in Private Law and exchange program in spanish private Law

LANGUAGES

French, English, German, Spanish.

EXPERIENCE

Myriam worked for five years at French-German law firms where she primarily developed her experience in labor law in an international environment.

She joined the team of Bénédicte Litzler in January 2018, where she advises on disputes in labor law as well as criminal labor law.

She also works on cases with an international dimension.

BUSINESS CASES

  • Reorganization, conventional and legal transfer of employees, Employment protection plans…

    Defense of companies against requests to challenge the Employment protection plans and the application of legal transfers.

  • Layoff disputes…

    Guidance of companies seeking to implement individual and collective dismissal procedures, in particular negotiation of terminations. Management of any disputes related to lay-offs,
    Supporting companies in the implementation of individual and collective redundancy measures, including dismissal for economic reasons. Management of litigation pertaining to dismissal.

  • Labor contracts…

    Drafting of bilingual permanent contracts/fixed-term (French-English or French-German), special contracts (secondment, expatriation, provision of services contracts).

  • Negotiation with the aim of reaching out-of-court solutions…

    Myriam makes every effort, whenever possible, to find an out-of-court resolution to conflicts that can satisfy all parties and thus avoid litigation.