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

Restructuring and employment ; High-risk litigation

Position

Partner

Career

 

Florence specialises in advising international and domestic companies on various aspects of collective labour-law matters including staff representative bodies, collective status, group disputes and litigation with major financial implications. Florence graduated from the École des hautes études commerciales de Paris (HEC) and has extensive multi-jurisdictional experience advising on restructuring and transfer of undertakings.

Florence is actively involved with the firm’s work on legal aspects of the latest digital initiatives and legal technologies.

Memberships

American Bar Association

Education

Master’s degree in Employment Law, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

École des hautes études commerciales de Paris (HEC)

Master’s degree in Business and Tax Law, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

 

Lawyer Rankings

France > Employment

(Leading individuals)

Florence Bacquet   – Flichy Grangé Avocats

Employment law boutique Flichy Grangé Avocats is a powerhouse in the field. Few firms, even among the elites, are able to attract so many high-profile mandates each year. The large team recently played a front role in several of France’s high-end M&A deals, including  the Tf1-M6 and Veolia-Suez transactions. Many leading companies, mostly French ones from a wide range of sectors, including the energy, press, aviation, catering, energy, retail and transport secotrs, turned to the firm for strategic projects, such as the implementation of restructurings, mass downsizing (often concerning more than a 1,000 jobs), and collective bargainings, for example of permanent part-time work. The team is also well versed in mass litigation, sensitive individual files and welfare matters. The team’s many highly experienced partners includes founding partner Joël Grangé, one of the most revered names in the field, Florence AubonnetArnaud ChauletFlorence Bacquet, Marine Conche, Aurélie Cormier Le Goff, Jeannie Crédoz-RosierStéphanie DumasNabila Fauché El AlougriStéphanie Guedes Da Costa  and Caroline Scherrmann. 2021 saw the departure of Stéphane Bloch and the arrival of Natacha Lesellier, who joined from an in-house position.

Paris > Droit social

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Florence Bacquet   – Flichy Grangé Avocats

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Florence Bacquet   – Flichy Grangé Avocats

Boutique de référence du marché,  Flichy Grangé Avocats gère de nombreux dossiers de place (peu de cabinet d’avocats pouvant rivaliser avec le grand nombre de mandats prestigieux traités chaque année). Le cabinet, qui dispose d’un large effectif et d’une équipe très expérimentée, a ainsi joué un rôle de premier plan dans plusieurs opérations de fusions-acquisitions emblématiques, telles que les opérations Tf1-M6 et Veolia-Suez. De nombreuses entreprises de premier plan, majoritairement françaises et issues de secteurs très variés (dont l’énergie, la presse, l’aviation, la restauration, l’énergie, la distribution et les transports) ont fait appel au cabinet en 2021 pour leurs projets stratégiques ; restructurations, importantes réductions d’effectifs (plus de 1 000 emplois), et négociations collectives (comme sur le travail à temps partiel). L’équipe est également très compétente au contentieux ; elle gère des litiges de masse, des contentieux individuels sensibles et des sujets de rémunération. L’équipe comprend d’excellents professionnels, parmi lesquels : l’associé fondateur  Joël GrangéFlorence AubonnetArnaud ChauletFlorence Bacquet, Marine Conche, Aurélie Cormier Le Goff, Jeannie Crédoz-RosierStéphanie DumasNabila Fauché El AlougriStéphanie Guedes Da Costa  et Caroline Scherrmann. A noter, le départ de Stéphane Bloch et l’arrivée de  Natacha Lesellier en 2021

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.