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Daniel Turinsky and Garrett Kennedy
DLA Piper US LLP
"A common theme throughout 2019 has been an expansion of efforts to protect employees, freelancers and independent contractors from unsafe or inappropriate workplace conditions and to promote a more respectful, inclusive and positive workplace environment..."
with Philippe Danesi and Marie Durand-Gasselin
DLA Piper France
"In the autumn of 2017, President Macron unveiled his labour law reforms aimed at increasing the economic attractiveness and competitiveness of France by bringing more security to employment relationships, simplifying and strengthening the social dialogue and promoting collective bargaining at company-level in order to better address the companies’ operational constraints..."
"The employment law environment has been subject to significant changes over the past decade, which have been further intensifying since 2015, with opposing parties alternating as the guide of the country..."
"As of 1 January 2018, all individual labour disputes between employers and employees for receivables, compensation and reinstatement claims must first be referred to a mediator and then to litigation if there has been no settlement before the mediator..."
with Daniel Turinsky and Garrett Kennedy
DLA Piper US LLP
"In the past year, employers in the US have been faced with laws providing for increased protections, at the state and local level, for workers against discrimination and harassment, as well as laws designed to eradicate gender-based pay inequities, increase minimum wages, curtail reliance on criminal records in considering job applicants and provide for paid family leave..."