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  • 20 March 2020

    Stehlin & Associés recognised as gender equity leader by Décideurs Magazine

    Stehlin & Associés law firm has been recognised among leader law firms in respect to the gender equity, diversity, social inclusion and women empowerment within the profession, by the March 2020 version of Magazine Décideurs. Please read their articles here.

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  • 17 March 2020

    COVID-19 – Be safe! We care

    Eager to help limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus among us, in addition to the unique measures announced by the French Government, Stehlin & Associés Avocats law firm has adopted all measures allowing its partners and associates to remain fully operational while working from their home offices, in complete conformity with our confidentiality requirements. […]

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  • 8 March 2020

    Celebrating International Women’s Day

    Lifetime advocates for gender equity, diversity and inclusion, social justice and women empowerment, Stehlin & Associés celebrates its women fellows within the firm by recognising their incredible talent, passion and hard work, and by thanking them for their impressive day to day social, economic and environmental achievements! WE ARE PROUD TO BE YOUR EQUALS!   […]

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  • 19 December 2019

    Christmas Fundraising – Goélands Foundation

    On the eve of this festive period devoted to family and sharing, the partners and associates from Stehlin & Associés law firm have decided to replace formal wishes on glossy paper with a strong commitment to the men and women of the Goélands Foundation who support on a daily basis vulnerable children and students, fighting […]

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  • 28 March 2017

    LAW FOR A DIGITAL REPUBLIC

    New sanctioning powers of the French DATA PROTECTION AGENCY (CNIL) The expected Law for a Digital Republic finally enacted on October 7, 2016 (Law No. 2016-1321) has substantially modified the control and enforcement power as well as the sanctions of the CNIL, this well before the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation […]

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  • 8 June 2016

    Choosing a “sovereign” cloud computing solution

    The choice of a cloud computing solution can sometimes be a real headache for CIOs and entrepreneurs cautious of taking the timeliest decision for the backup of their data. The consequences of such a choice may be decisive given the quantity and often-strategic nature of the information entrusted to the cloud services provider. Considering the […]

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  • 23 July 2014

    E-ALERT RH 23 July 2014

    HR & EMPLOYMENT LAW E-ALERT 1. Part-time work Part-time work: Minimum of 24 weekly hours Since 1st July 2014, after being delayed for 6 months, the minimum working time shall be set on a basis of 24 hours per week (or an equivalent working time duration of a monthly basis – i.e. 104 hours per […]

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  • 28 May 2014

    E-ALERT RH 28 May 2014

    HR & EMPLOYMENT LAW E-ALERT 1. Unemployment benefits 1 July 2014 : Entry into force of the new length of the delay before the employee can receive unemployment benefits for supra-legal indemnities The new Agreement on unemployment benefits (i.e. “Convention d’assurance chômage’) dated 14 May 2014, provides that employees who receive termination payment in excess […]

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