Séverine Artières supports French and international companies and groups, active in the sectors of industry (agro-food, chemicals, metallurgy ...), services or consulting (SYNTEC), on all of their prjects related to employment laws. More specifically, she brings strong expertise in collective bargaining, restructuring and individual or collective litigation. She is also part of the Human Resources and the International Department of Barthélémy Avocats.
Thanks to an atypical academic and professional background (graduated from a business school and previous experience in business), Séverine Artières has developed a very pragmatic approach of employment law and a singular expertise in supporting new innovative companies with a high potential growth.
Séverine Artières teaches labor law in business schools and regularly writes articles in the news "Chef d'Entreprise" or "Actuel RH".
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Liora BENHAMOU practices in labor law and social security law.
She holds a Master 2 Business Counsel, obtained at the University of Paris XII (2013), and a University Diploma in International Business Litigation from the same University (Paris XII, 2014).
She sworn in 2016 at the Paris Court of Appeal, before joining the Bordeaux Bar in 2019.
Before joining Barthélémy Avocats in 2019, Liora Benhamou worked in French and Anglo-Saxon law firms, in particular at the Smith d'Oria law firm in Paris.
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Sophie Binder assists companies and groups of companies leaders in luxury, trade, e-trade and services but also industry, journalism and mutuality, in there employment law and human resources strategy, both in legal advice and in litigation and dispute resolution.
She has the experience of business deals with international management of projects. Sophie Binder has also developed specific expertise in advising high-growth innovative companies and in particular start-ups, which she assists at all stages of their development process (shareholders' partnership, By-laws and departure of Top managers, recruitments, development of the social base, employee shareholding, reorganizations, implementation of social management models and tools, etc.). Thus, she strive in the management of complex projects requiring a strategic and comprehensive approach of business law (management packages, private equity, fundraising, business transfers, mergers and acquisitions) or cross-border projects.
Sophie Binder is part of the international Barthélémy Avocats department, which she co-leads alongside François Millet.
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François Millet advises a clientele of French and international companies and groups, active in particular in the wholesale trade, telecommunications, services or cleaning sectors, on all of their employment related projects.
He holds in particular a strong expertise in collective bargaining, at company or branch level, professional training, restructuring and individual or collective litigation.
François Millet teaches in labor law in the Master 2 Law and practices of labor relations (University Paris II panthéon-Assas) and regularly writes articles in the journal Jurisprudence sociale Lamy.
Before joining Barthélémy Avocats, François Millet gained solid experience within renowned teams of international business law firms (Freshfields, CMS Francis Lefebvre and DLA Piper) and created Neo Avocats, a law firm dedicated to employment law.
He is member of the Branch Department and co-leads the International Department alongside Sophie Binder.