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Emmanuel Macron's economic views have included for quite a long time the need to liberalize the French employment market.
In the sanitary context related to COVID-19, and following the example of most National Intellectual Property Offices of the European Union, the General Director of INPI decided on March 16 to defer the administrative ...
In a Law on emergency economic and social measures dated 24 December 2018, the French government has unveiled a package of measures to curb the "yellow jackets" crisis after several weeks of anti-government protest. ...
As announced during the French presidential campaign, President Macron has introduced reforms by the end of the summer in an attempt to liberalize the French employment market and drive down unemployment.
A recent Opinion from the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) points towards greater protection for workers who have not been given the right to take paid annual leave and could create ...
Our international Employment Group takes a look at the uberization of the workforce across our jurisdictions