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CENTRE D'AFFAIRES EDOUARD VII, 3 SQUARE EDOUARD VII, 75009 PARIS, FRANCE
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Bird & Bird, Benjamine Fiedler, Paris, FRANCE

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Benjamine Fiedler

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Bird & Bird LLP

Work Department

Employment - International HR services

Position

Benjamine is a reputed employment specialist with particular focus on M&A transactions, outsourcing and restructuring projects Benjamine is a partner in our Employment Group based in Paris. Since April 2000 she has led the employment department in Paris and she is also Co-Head of our International Employment Group. Focusing on employment and social security law, she generally assists her clients in both individual and collective employment law matters, particularly restructuring operations and collective negotiations. Benjamine has also developed specific expertise in cross-border transactions and their effects on employees, including outsourcing, restructuring, union negotiations and compensation strategies. Benjamine appears regularly before civil and employment courts in France. She is the author of a number of articles on employment law, notably on the subject of information technology and regularly speaks at conferences.

Languages

French - English

Education

Benjamine holds a degree in Business Law from the University of Nanterre, Paris X and has also pursued an MBA course at the University of New York. She was admitted to the Paris Bar in 1989.


France

Employment

Within: Employment

Bird & Bird has an ‘exceptional’ team that ‘delivers expert and perfectly tailored business advice’ with a ‘fast turn around’. The 15-lawyer practice particularly assists leading international and French IT, telecoms and pharmaceutical corporations with restructuring and collective employment law issues and recently advised Albany International on collective redundancy issues. SFR-Numericable, Danaher, HanesBrands and Aptalis Pharmaceutical are key clients. The team is co-headed by Alexandra Stocki and Benjamine Fiedler, who provides ‘exceptional negotiating skills for high-stakes and critical business initiatives and brings incalculable value to clients’ organisations’. Other key names include Nathalie Devernay and counsel Chris Ivey, who ‘is truly irreplaceable, detailed and highly precise, yet highly commercially attuned and practical’.

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