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66 AVENUE D'IÉNA, 75116 PARIS, FRANCE
Tel:
Work +33 1 56 62 30 00
Fax:
Fax +33 1 56 62 30 01
Email:
Web:
www.flichygrange.com
Flichy Grangé Avocats, Florence Aubonnet, Paris, FRANCE

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Florence Aubonnet

Tel:
Work +33 (0)1 56 62 30 00
Email:
Flichy Grangé Avocats

Position

PARTNER; Florence Aubonnet guides and advises international and French groups from the preliminary stages of defining the restructuring plan and preparing the documents to present to the works council, through the consultation process to the implementation of the project. She also guarantees their defence in the event of litigation at the consultation stage or beyond.

Languages

FRENCH AND ENGLISH.

Member

L&E GLOBAL ; EELA ; IBA ; AVOSIAL.

Education

She holds a Masters of International Private Law (Paris I) and is a specialist of the collective aspects of labour law, particularly in the area of restructuring plans in the industrial sector.


France

Employment

Within: Employment

Flichy Grangé Avocats ‘answers very quickly to clients' requests and is able to put together a strong case’. The 75-lawyer team handles an impressive for a client base that includes various high-profile French and international corporations from every area of the economy. The group is regularly sought out to assist with the market's most sophisticated and high-profile matters. It is notably acting on key issues touching on the public sector, including advising SNCF on its conversion from a public sector to a private limited company. The firm also recently handled a lot of restructuring, intra-merger and collective redundancies work and is regularly called upon to handle high-profile M&A transactions. It notably assisted Thomson Reuters with the sale of a majority stake in Thomson Reuters Financial & Risk (F&R) to Blackstone. The practice also has experience handling sensitive litigation and mass disputes. It successfully defended CNIM against more than 280 asbestos anxiety exposure appeal claims. Other work includes managing pension, compensation, benefits and accident at work issues. Key names in the 24-partner team include Joël Grangé, Marine Conche, Florence Aubonnet, Olivier Kress, Stéphanie Guédès Da Costa, Laurent Gamet, Stéphanie Dumas, whose ‘analytical skills’ are particularly appreciated, Jeannie Crédoz-Rosier, Bruno Fieschi, Aurélie Cormier Le Goff, Florence Bacquet and Aurélie Crédoz-Rosier. Frédéric-Guillaume Laprévote was made up to partner. Stéphane Bloch recently joined from KGA Avocats.

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