75116 Paris, France
Hubert Flichy is a founding partner of Flichy Grangé Avocats, a top-tier labor law firm with more than 60 specialized attorneys. He is a recognized expert on collective disputes. Mr. Flichy typically advises both French and foreign companies on the implementation of restructuring plans. In addition, he provides counsel for collective disputes on branch-and company-wide levels. Mr. Flichy’s expertise also includes criminal aspects of labor law and election law.
- Admitted to the Paris Bar in 1974
In 1974, once he was admitted to the Paris Bar, Mr. Flichy joined Gide Loyrette Nouel, a high-profile business law firm. By 1981, he had become a partner and was placed in charge of the firm’s labor law department.
Mr. Flichy later founded Flichy Grangé Avocats, now a prominent law firm recognized for its vast expertise on labor law.
- Rupture du contrat de travail (CD-Rom, in collaboration – 2008)
- Licenciement : Procédure, Indemnités, Contentieux (in collaboration, 10th edition, Edition Delmas, 2005)
- Représentants de commerce (Edition Delmas, 1999)
- Capital (monthly contribution for more than 20 years)
- Et si le droit n’existait pas ? Nous avocats, acteurs du contrat social (Edition Débats Publics, in collaboration – 2015)
What they say
In 2015, Mr. Flichy founded and chairs the Centre National d’Arbitrage du Travail, the only French arbitration chamber specific to labour law.
In 2006, Mr. Flichy also founded and is an honorary president of an association known as Avo|Sial, which brings together 300 French lawyers specialized in labor law in France.
Mr. Flichy is regularly interviewed by the media to comment on labor law developments and possible evolutions.
From 1994 to 1996, Mr. Flichy was a member of the Paris Bar Council (Conseil de l’Ordre). He also co-chaired the Bar’s labor law commission (1993 to 1999) and was secretary of its practice commission (Secrétaire de la Commission de l’Exercice).
From 2001 to 2003, Mr. Flichy chaired the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA), an international body regrouping over 400 labor lawyers.
In January 2004, he was a member of the French State Committee “for a more effective employment law” known as the “de Virville Commission”.