News - France

France - March 2016

CELIA Alliance welcomes new member firm in France

From 1 March 2016, the CELIA Alliance will strengthen its representation in France with the addition of a new member firm, Fidere Avocats. 

Fidere Avocats is a prominent law firm in France experienced in assisting both domestic and international employers with complex employment law issues ranging from corporate restructurings and high-risk litigation, to labour relations and executive compensation and benefits.  With highly experienced lawyers from France’s leading firms, they are recognised as industry experts with regular contributions to leading legal publications such as the Gazette du Palais and Juris-Classeur. 

CELIA Alliance member, Galahad, has been providing services related to compensation and benefits and international assignments in France.  Fidere Avocats supplements their expertise to ensure CELIA members offer the full range of services in France. 

Fidere Avocats is listed as “Highly Recommended” in Leaders League (a media and rating agency for top executives at an international level) under “Reorganisation, Restructuring Redundancy plans” and “High risk litigation”. 

For further information on Fidere Avocats, please visit the firm’s profile page here.



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