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Social legislation

With a specialised degree in social legislation, Alain Alquié founded a special branch dedicated to this field within the firm.
Nicolas Michelot heads up this social legislation branch.
Social legislation is a discipline that includes employment and social security law, individual and collective employment relations, redundancy, labour disputes and criminal law related to employment.

Social legislation advice

Alquié Lawyers devotes a substantial part of its time to corporate social relations.
We first concentrated solely on social dispute matters, but increasingly provide legal advice.
Both sectors are now equally important.
We support a vast and varied client base, which includes employees, SMEs, major corporations, self-employed professionals, shopkeepers and associations.
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