Morgane is the Head of the Employment and Labor Law Department.
Since 2007, Morgane is a qualified French lawyer practicing in the employment and human resource law sector.
She has assisted numerous French and Foreign groups in their HR restructuring and business transfer initiatives and plans, including companies in distressed situations as well as contested and uncontested individual and contested dismissals.
Morgane also intervenes for clients, in French and EU law, in the strategic and daily issues arising from the management and relations with French, European, US and Asian workforces at an advisory and/or pre-litigation or litigation level.
Her litigation experience covers the entire spectrum of employee claims from work injuries to long-term sickness, dismissals, harassment, discrimination, criminal proceedings and collective claims in areas such as asbestos.
The employment team works hand in hand with the Corporate Finance and Tax teams at Squadra in numerous business service and industry sectors on matters ranging from cross-border acquisitions, financings, management packages, employee incentive schemes and international mobility issues.
High level management departures and multi-jurisdictional employee redundancy plans make up a significant part of Morgane’s regular activity.
- Qualified as a licensed dispute resolution Mediator: Diplôme Universitaire de Médiateur, IFOMENE
- Master 2 in Employment Law, Panthéon-Assas Paris II – University
- Master 1 Business Law, Paris X Nanterre University/University of Bologna – Italy
Morgane’s mediator role brings a reasoned and balanced approach to the resolution of pre-litigious and litigious claims in the employment sector. She is also certified as a collaborative law practitioner.
Morgane is an active member in Avosial (a French organization of company lawyers in labor law), IBA (International Bar Association), AIA (Association for International Arbitration) and IACP (International Academy of Collaborative Professionals).
She has written and co-written several articles in recognized employment law journals.
- French – fluent
- English – fluent
- Italian – fluent