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.
Myrtille Lapuelle draws on her extensive experience—covering the full array of labor-law matters—to advise international companies and groups on daily issues as well as on complex operations. Myrtille has developed a specific focus in the collective aspects of labor law. She has gained in-depth understanding of advising corporate groups in the area of restructuring plans, and regularly counsels clients throughout the entire restructuring process. Read Myrtille Lapuelle's full bio.
The French data protection authority has extended the scope of whistleblowing protections to employment and discrimination claims.