Christine Artus is a partner in charge of the Labor and Employment Group at K&L Gates in Paris.
She advises clients in their acquisitions, mergers, cessions and reorganizations and accompanies clients in their due diligence, consultation procedure with the Works Council and Hygiene, Safety and Conditions at Work Committee as well as the negotiations with the Trade Unions for the harmonization of the collective status.
Her general fields of experience cover individual aspects of Labor and Employment Law (i.e., employment contracts, non-competition undertakings, non-solicitation and confidentiality undertakings, commissions and bonus plans, dismissals, settlement agreements, mutual termination agreements, etc.) and collective aspects of Labor and Employment Law (i.e., Employee Representatives, Mandatory Profit Sharing, Voluntary Profit Sharing, Company’s Collective Agreements, Company’s Agreements on Social and Economic Unit, etc.). She also assists her clients in their Social Security Audit and judicial and administrative litigations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christine Artus