Amandine Vetu > Flichy Grangé Avocats > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile

Flichy Grangé Avocats
66 AVENUE D'IÉNA
75116 PARIS
France
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Work Department

Vocational training

Position

Partner

Career

Andine Vetu advises primarily French clientele, particularly those in the retail sector, for whom she also handles individual and collective litigation.

She also devotes a significant part of her practice to Monegasque law issues, a field in which she advises and represents both French and Monegasque companies.

She has also developed a strong expertise in matters pertaining to professional training law.

She joined the firm in 2005 as a member of Hubert Flichy’s team.

Languages

Français

Education

She holds a postgraduate degree in labor law and a postgraduate degree in business and competition law from the University of Paris I.

Lawyer Rankings

Paris > Droit social

One of France’s leading boutique firms Flichy Grangé Avocats has large resources with a big and an impressive client base. The long-established practice routinely manages highly challenging work, including large-scale restructuring and litigation involving several hundred to more than a thousand employees. The practice has notably been entrusted by Société Générale to implement a collective contractual termination agreement for around 1600 job cuts around the world, and manages proceedings involving more than 800 plaintiffs concerning the shutdown of client Goodyear’s Amiens Nord plant in 2014. In addition, the firm is handling a high-stake asbestos and chemical risk-exposure related mass dispute, and provides assistance with some of the market’s most high-profile M&A transactions. The team includes many experienced partners including the  recommended below names: founding partner Joël Grangé,  Florence AubonnetArnaud ChauletOlivier Kress, Blandine AllixFlorence Bacquet, Aurélie Cormier Le Goff,  Jeannie Crédoz-Rosier, Stéphanie Dumas, Joumana Frangié-Moukanas, Nabila Fauché El AlougriStéphanie Guedes Da Costa,  Juliana Kovac, Caroline Scherrmann and Amandine Vetu. Franck Morel, who was previously an adviser to former Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, who joined the firm in July 2020. Also recommended is counsel Romain Guichard. Stéphane Bloch left the firm.