The founding partners have been united for many years by the enjoyment of working together and by a strong bond of trust, both technically and personally. Their primary goal is to provide their clients with premium services while striving for technical excellence.
For each of them, the creation of AUDALYS is the result of extensive professional experience devoted exclusively to labour law, for a diversified client base: SMEs, large companies, and national and international groups.
Co-founder of Audalys after a 23-year career in a large French business law firm, in which his last position was as the head of a labour law department. He advises and assists companies in connection with staff management issues. In particular, he has helped numerous major groups and SMEs to implement redundancy programmes and company reorganisations. Lecturer at Paris II Panthéon Assas University (magistère de juriste d’affaires) and at the Faculty of Law of Cergy Pontoise (DJCE).
Co-founder of Audalys
Possessing solid experience in all fields of labour law, acquired first in the corporate world and subsequently in the labour law department of a large business law firm, Sylvie Lamartinie can provide you with assistance and advice and defend your interests in all French courts.
A partner with AUDALYS after a 32-year career in a large French business law firm in which she managed and directed teams of lawyers dedicated to labour law.
She advises and assists companies with staff management issues.
In particular, she has helped SMEs and large companies belonging to international groups to implement legal reorganisations entailing labour audits, studies of the impact on collective agreements, and PSEs (employment protection plans).
Holder of specialist qualifications in Labour Law and Social Security & Social Protection Law.
Fluent in English and Spanish.
Counsel with AUDALYS after practising in the labour law department of a law firm specialising in private equity and subsequently, in a large business law firm for 10 years.
She can assist you particularly with acquisitions or the sale of companies (labour audits, analysis of social and employment consequences of the operation in question, reorganisation…).
Thanks to her expertise and experience, she can handle all your labour law problems, whether you require advisory or litigation services.
New clients are received at the Firm for a first meeting which enables them to meet the lawyer or lawyers who will be in charge of their affairs, introduce themselves and to define their needs, problems, and the type of services they expect.
This first meeting subsequently makes it possible to define fees in conjunction with the client, based on the files entrusted, the type of dispute, and the difficulty of the case.
A fees agreement will then be drawn up and concluded between the lawyer and the client, which sets out the principles governing the payment of fees.
In addition to the provision which must be paid by the client at the outset, calls for provisions may be issued periodically, depending on the services carried out and the status of the case.
Fees may be calculated according to three methods:
The time spent in connection with a given service, the lawyer being required to inform the client of his hourly rate and that of the other persons involved in the file (partners, associates).
The client may at any time request a detailed statement of time spent and of services rendered.
Under this arrangement, the lawyer charges his client a lump sum for all services which he must provide. This sum may not be exceeded without the client's consent.
The lawyer's remuneration for his services may be increased by a supplementary "success" fee. The definition of "success" must be clearly set out when the contract is signed. This success fee is based on the sums obtained by the client or the savings made thanks to the lawyer's services.
However, by law, the total fees of a file may not depend solely on a successful outcome.
The client also bears the expenses incurred by the lawyer in connection with the file (travelling expenses, accommodation, procedural costs, etc.).
3 rue Troyon 75017 Paris
Metro/RER : Charles de Gaulle-Etoile (A, 1, 2, 6)
Selarl RCS Paris 799 994 298
Capital : €60.000
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