Understand labor law issues in your specific
business context and manage them efficiently
to reach your objectives

Since it was founded, Melville Avocats has been providing companies with strategic employment law advice

Our specialized practice areas encompass
social dialogue, organizational flexibility
and change management

In order to best address the critical labor law challenges that companies face,
Melville Avocats has developed three specialized and fully integrated practice areas which allow the firm to take a project-based approach in the labor law matters it handles


Analyzing the context,
Identifying the strategy and
carrying out objectives


Melville Avocats has designed a working method to effectively meet clients’ needs and help them achieve their labor-related goals in the workplace

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A firm focused on corporate
labor law issues

Melville Avocats puts you on the right path to your corporate labor law strategy

Melville Avocats is a specialized, independent law firm focused on French labor law and serving the needs of corporations.

Companies of all sizes and from all sectors benefit from our legal expertise and practical experience in structuring and implementing innovative employment law policies and ambitious organizational projects, as well as in resolving risks related to individual and collective employment relations.

All of our lawyers are fully at ease speaking and working in English, which allows us to act on behalf of non-French clients who are faced with employment law issues in France.

The size of our firm reinforces our entrepreneurial mindset, which is based on highly focused expertise, a high level of responsiveness and a personalized approach to our clients’ specific needs.

Beyond taking into the account the law, above all we aim to provide solutions that are relevant, realistic, practical and long-lasting for the given circumstances of each company. In addition, we are committed to communicating our advice clearly, in business language where legal concepts help rather than hinder decision making and understanding the issues.

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