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Jilali Maazouz advises US, European, Asian, Canadian, Middle Eastern and North African multinational corporations on the labor and employment aspects of their French and transactional commercial and corporate transactions, as well as on their restructuring plans, reductions in force, separation agreements, workplace policies, due diligence investigations, audits, top executives' compensation and benefits packages and mobility, and employment contracts engineering. Jilali also focuses his practice on commercial disputes and international trade matters. Jilali represents clients in negotiations, alternative-dispute resolution proceedings and litigation, in a range of civil, commercial, criminal and administrative matters. Read Jilali Maazouz's full bio.

New Information Rights for French Employees of SMEs that May Be Sold


By and on Nov 13, 2014
Posted In Employment

A law has been passed in France to encourage French employee buy-outs of small and medium-sized companies (SMEs). In companies with fewer than 250 employees, an owner will be required to inform French employees of an intent to sell the business or a majority share of the business no later than two months before the...

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Did France Really Ban Work E-Mails After 6 p.m.?


By and on May 14, 2014
Posted In Employment

Several international news sources recently reported that French law now prevents employees from answering their mobile phones or professional e-mails after 6.00 pm (see articles in the Guardian and USA Today, among others). The truth is somewhat less sensational but somewhat more administratively burdensome for certain consulting companies. Read the full article.

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Whistleblowing and Data Privacy in France: A New Pragmatic Approach for Employment and Discrimination Claims


By on Feb 20, 2014
Posted In Privacy and Data Security

The French data protection authority has extended the scope of whistleblowing protections to employment and discrimination claims. Click here to read the full article.

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