Laure Joncour is an employment lawyer based in Paris where she heads the French Employment Department.
She regularly advises multinational companies, particularly in the technology and financial institution sectors, with respect to their French operations. Laure’s expertise covers the entire spectrum of employment issues, including individual and collective relationships, restructuring programmes, dispute resolution, as well as employment issues arising out of mergers and acquisitions.
Laure is a member of EELA (European Employment Lawyer Association) and of Avosial (a groupment of employment lawyers).
Laure regularly contributes to legal reviews and is a regular speaker at conferences.
Before joining us, Laure spent 17 years in another international law firm as head of the Employment law department and became a partner in 2003. Prior to that, she worked in the legal department of the URSSAF (the Paris social security authority) and joined private practice in 1992.
Laure holds a master degree in Business Law from the University of Paris X (Nanterre), she was admitted to the Paris Bar in 1994. Laure speaks French and English.
The French Government has revealed the text of five ordinances reforming several aspects of the French employment code. These ordinances are aimed in particular at providing employers more flexibility and predictability in labour-management relations. .
September 19, 2017
The duty of care is an obligation for companies to prevent social, environmental and governance risks related to their activities. A very recent law published on March 28, 2017 has reinforced such duty of care..
March 30, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Mycronic AB, a listed Swedish high-tech company, on its acquisition of French technology company, Vi Technology, from Neptune Group and other financial shareholders. The transaction was completed on October 27, 2017..
November 02, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised French banks, Société Générale and Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank (CACIB), on the sale of three rail car fleets and the respective leasing contracts to Alpha Trains Luxembourg (Alpha Trains). The transaction volume was in the three-digit million range. The firm also advised the banks on the repayment of the existing financing on the sold fleets..
April 01, 2016