Philippe PACOTTE is co-head of the Paris office’s Employment – Social Security Law Department. He has gained solid experience in :
restructuring operations and international projects, involving both the engineering unique to the area and awareness of the necessary synergies with the Corporate Law – Mergers and Acquisitions and Tax Law Departments : registered office transfers, mergers, LBOs, reorganization of activities, due diligence relating to acquisition or sale audits, etc.
day-to-day corporate management
additional social security schemes
working time issues
individual or collective labour litigation
disputed industrial accidents and illnesses in general and technical social security litigation.
He works more particularly on behalf of major French and international companies. He speaks English fluently.
For ten years, he was an associate in labour law within major Paris-based French and international law firms, including Paul HASTINGS and LATHAM & WATKINS ; he then practiced as a partner and head of the Labour Law Department within ARES Avocats (2005–2009), before joining DELSOL Avocats in September 2009.
He was elected by his peers as one of the Lawyers of the Year 2020 in “Labor and Employment Law” by Best Lawyers (in partnership with Les Echos).
He is frequently asked to chair vocational training and seminars aimed at stakeholders in the labour law sector, as well as internal company training. He also works with professional journals.
He was a lecturer in labour law at PARIS VIII University (postgraduate programme).
Philippe PACOTTE is a former director of the firm.
Philippe has experience in the following areas:
Employee benefits and incentives, Employment / labour (general), Employment / labour law and pensions, Health and safety law, Laws, Pensions
Philippe has previously helped clients in the following industries:
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