Laure de Ganay, Associate
Laure advises international groups on all aspects of the French employment law.
AboutLaure works in the Employment Team in Paris. She advises mostly international companies or groups of companies on all aspects of French employment law relating to their French operations.
Laure assists clients in their in-court and out-of-court proceedings (litigation and settlement negotiations).
She also deals with a variety of day-to-day human resources issues related to individual and collective matters.
Laure is admitted to practice in France.
Uber drivers are employees according to the French highest jurisdiction
The French Supreme Court announced their decision on the employee status of Uber drivers on 4 March 2020.
French courts find employer liable for employee’s death during sex on a business trip
The Paris Court of Appeal found a company liable for the death of an employee on a business trip while having sex with a stranger.
Uber and Deliveroo platforms now required to play by French employment law rules?
Kim Campion and Laure de Ganay consider the implications of recent French employment tribunal decisions on web platforms.