Marie-Charlotte Diriart

Partner


Employment law & Social protection

« To accompany someone is not mean to stand in front of them, behind them or in their place. It means' to be by their side »

« To accompany someone is not mean to stand in front of them, behind them or in their place. It means' to be by their side »

Before joining our Employment Law & Social Protection department, which she currently chairs, in 2019, Marie-Charlotte acquired a great deal of expertise within renowned international and French law firms.

She advises leading French and international companies, whether on the day-to-day management of their employees, or on their relationships with employee representatives.

Marie-Charlotte counsels clients all issues relating to their restructuring projects, in helping them to define their strategies and supporting them through an ever-changing situations (staff transfers, job protection plans, etc.).

Marie-Charlotte develops and implements pre-contentious strategies, allowing her clients to minimise their risk of legal proceedings. She represents them before the competent courts in the context of complex individual and collective litigations.

Lastly, she provides training to educate clients on employment law and allow them to equip themselves with the best reflexes areaon the subject.

Did you know ?

  • Over the years, Marie-Charlotte has developed a particular expertise in professional alerts by conducting investigations in connection with the Compliance Departments of clients involved, who outsource the management of these alerts
  • Certified in collaborative law, Marie-Charlotte is empowered to resolve disputes through the implementation of this alternative method of dispute resolution
  • Marie-Charlotte has taught employment law at the Paris Bar Training School (EFB), and has been a lecturer at the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas for more than 15 years (on the Master’s programme “Labour Law Relations and Practice”)

Formation

  • Certification in Collaborative law from the AFPDC, French Association of Collaborative Law Practitioners (2016)
  • Master’s degree (DESS) in Law Practice and the Practice of Labour Relations (Master II DPRT), University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (1998)
  • Master’s degree (Master I) in Private Law, University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (1997)

Language

  • French
  • English