Storeng, Beck & Due Lund ANS (SBDL) organised a successful client seminar in their new offices, attended by approximately 30 HR professionals. Partner Kari Andersen and associate Kristian Foss Aalmo led a seminar which included recent developments in Norwegian employment law and the trending topic: “How to deal with employees with extensive sick leave”. In […]
Flichy Grangé Avocats with special guest Franck Morel hosted a seminar for clients and prospects on November 13 on the trending topic: vocational training. The seminar covered the latest legal developments on freedom of career-choice (loi pour la liberté de choisir son avenir professionnel) published on 6th September 2018, with the kind participation of Franck Morel, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Employment and Labour issues, joining partner Caroline Scherrmann and counsel Amandine Vetu.
Van Olmen & Wynant (L&E Global Belgium), together with the Belgian Institute for Company Lawyers (IJE | IBJ), recently hosted a successful bilingual (Dutch and French) Employment Forum, attended by some 60 HR managers and in-house counsels. The Forum took place at the Headquarters of Proximus, Belgium’s largest telecommunications company and a loyal client of Van Olmen & Wynant.
Robert Stromberg and Jens Tillqvist, partners at Cederquist and specialists on employment law, hosted a seminar for approximately 80 clients and prospects on the new Swedish Act on Trade Secrets. The new Act entered into force earlier this year and the seminar concerned topics such as further liability for an employee acquiring unauthorised access to trade secrets and requirements for employers to take active measures to protect trade secrets. The seminar was hosted in collaboration with the employment law magazine “Lag & Avtal” and moderated by its editor-in-chief Anna Orlin.
Attended by more than 450 HR professionals and in-house counsel HR Forum is a major event in the Norwegian HR community. SBDL answered questions regarding employment law and offered legal counselling to participants of the conference. SBDL was represented by partners Kari Andersen and Anne-Lise Rolland, associates Mona M. McKiernan and Kristian Foss Aalmo and […]
Jackson Lewis has again been recognised for excellence and ranked as a Tier 1 National “Best Law Firm” in the categories of Employment Law – Management; Labor Law – Management; and Litigation – Labor & Employment by U.S. News — Best Lawyers®. More than 70 percent of Jackson Lewis’ firm locations also received a Tier 1 Metropolitan designation in various labor and employment categories. Chairman Emeritus Vincent A. Cino said, “The firm’s high rankings nationally and regionally speak to the depth of our practice and the excellent caliber of our attorney roster.”
Zhong Lun partner Carol Zhu was recognised as an “Expert in Labor, Employment & Benefits” by Who’s Who Legal 2018. Who’s Who Legal said, “Carol Zhu is a leader in Chinese labour and employment law where she is a go-to name on matters of contract, human resources and employee liability and compliance”.
Flichy Grangé Avocats teamed up with Lexology and L&E Global member firms to organise a webinar on October 18. 459 registrants, of which around 216 attended the live event, the webinar on “sexual harassment in the workplace: a cross-border perspective” was a great success, thanks to speakers Florence Aubonnet (France), Steven Baderian (US), Nicolas Simon (Belgium) and Kara Preedy (Germany).
We are proud to announce that L&E Global Italy, LABLAW, was recently honoured at the LegalCommunity Labour Award 2018 gala in Milan. LegalCommunity is one of the top publications in Italy dedicated to the legal sector and one of the leading expert sources on the market. The firm’s Founding Partners Luca Failla and Francesco Rotondi each took home an illustrious award.
In cooperation with Ljung & Sjöberg, a service provider specialised on psychological illness in the workplace, head of Cederquist’s employment team Robert Stromberg and senior associate Jonas Lindskog, hosted a seminar/webinar for managers on employment law and psychological illness in the workplace. About 70 managers, of which some 40 managers, were in attendance or participated via live-stream.