Anna Milleret-Godet’s practice focuses on employment law. She advises French and international clients in various aspects of employment law, with particular expertise in the social impact of acquisitions, relocations, reorganizations, and mass layoffs involving the implementation of employment protection plans. Anna’s expertise also extends to personal data management by employers (implementation of internal IT charter, video surveillance, emails, data transfers, etc.). Anna has experience advising clients on all aspects of individual and collective labor law and social security law, as well as litigating on their behalf. Anna has been recognized by The Legal 500 in its Stock Market Litigation and Compliance categories in France. Prior to joining the firm, Anna was an associate in the Paris office of Dentons (formerly Salans). She is a graduate of the University of Paris V and the University of Lyon and she is fluent in English and French.
Anna Milleret-Godet’s practice focuses on employment law. She advises French and international clients in various aspects of employment law, with particular expertise in the…
University of Paris V (Master 2, 2008); University of Lyon (Master 1, 2006)
Activities and Affiliations
Member, AVOSIAL: Network of Corporate Lawyers Specialized in Labor Law
Member, French American Bar Association (FABA)
Regularly advised a major French bank in connection with litigation management involving the Labor Relations Court and in the negotiation of agreements.
Represented a pharmaceutical company in the implementation of a voluntary redundancy plan.
Represented a French subsidiary of a global IT training and management group in a dispute concerning an employee’s use of professional email.
Regularly advised a company in the ceramic industry in the day-to-day management of human resources, labor and social security law litigation, and the implementation of a collective bargaining agreement with employee representatives.
Anna Milleret-Godet was featured in the business section of Le Figaro, one of France's leading daily newspapers. She discussed the effects of the recent French employment reform implemented by the Macron decrees.
Eiffel Investment Group, an alternative asset investor specializing in European credit and equities and a subsidiary of Cohen & Gresser client, the Impala Group, has reached a deal to acquire 100% of the ownership of Alto Invest, an independent asset management firm specializing in European small and mid-cap companies. Franck Le Mentec advised Impala on the tax aspects of the deal, while Angéline Duffour and Anna Milleret-Godet advised on the labor law aspects of the deal.
C&G announces the promotion of Mark Spatz to partner and Anna Milleret-Godet and Matthew V Povolny to counsel.
We are pleased to announce that Cohen & Gresser's Paris office has been recognized in Legal 500's 2016 France guide for its work in three separate practice areas: Mergers and Acquisitions; Employment; and IT, Telecoms, and the Internet. Legal 500 also noted Cohen & Gresser's growth in Paris over the course of 2015 in its overview of the French legal market.
Legal 500 analyzes the capabilities of law firms across the world. Its rankings highlight "practice area teams who are providing the most cutting edge and innovative advice to corporate counsel."
Paris office attorneys Johannes Jonas, Angéline Duffour, and Anna Milleret-Godet speak to Affiches Parisiennes about major employment, commercial law and tax obstacles to foreign investment in France, and about attempts by the French government to address the issues.
Paris office attorneys Johannes Jonas, Angéline Duffour, and Anna Milleret-Godet speak to Les Annonces de la Seine about major employment, commercial law, and tax obstacles to foreign investment in France, and about attempts by the French government to address the issues.
In this article, Anna Milleret-Godet of the Paris employment group is interviewed about plans by the French government to ease restrictions on Sunday and evening work, plans which have led to heated debates in France.
Further to the “Professional Future” law, which entered fully into force last summer, new regulations have been adopted this year which reform the system for the secondment of foreign workers in France. Angéline Duffour, Anna Milleret-Godet, and Saruji Sambukumaran discuss how these new regulations, some applicable immediately and some going into effect in July 2020, aim to increase workers’ rights and employer obligations.
Announced by Emmanuel Macron during his electoral campaign, the bill authorising the government to pass laws by ordonnance (decree), i.e. without a parliamentary debate, in order to improve social dialogue - adopted by the French Senate on 2 August - is the first part of the programme the government wants to propose to employer organizations and trade unions. According to the official timetable, three decrees are expected to be published between now and 21 September 2017.
Anna Milleret-Godet speaks to L’Express about a reform proposed by one of the candidates in the French presidential election, concerning consequences of an unfair dismissal.
In this article, Anna Milleret-Godet speaks to French publication Les Echos about a recent decision by the European Court of Human Rights, in line with the French Supreme Court, which allows an employer to monitor an employee’s private use of professional messaging tools.
In this article, Paris office attorneys Angéline Duffour and Anna Milleret-Godet discuss the key issues and potential impact of internal audits/reviews that can be mandated by US legislation, including data and information sharing issues.
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A client alert addressing recent changes to French employment law.
Under French law, a company's manager can be a legal representative (corporate officer) of the French entity and/or an employee of the French entity. The most appropriate status will depend on the company’s needs and the candidate’s expectations, and either designation will impact the determination of the law applicable to the relationship, the obligations and responsibilities of the manager, and his social security status. This article addresses this new legislation and how it can affect companies and managers.
Viewed as a good way to create jobs for some, but the cause of all evils for many others, the 35-hour workweek has been one of the most heated debates in France for the past 15 years. In this article, employment lawyers Angéline Duffour and Anna Milleret-Godet challenge the current backlash against the measure and bring a new perspective on the issue by highlighting a series of strategies to manage the impact of the 15-year old legislation.
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Cette première newsletter de 2015 est l'occasion de fêter le premier anniversaire du bureau de Paris de Cohen & Gresser! La fin de l'année 2014 et le début de cette année ont été riches en rebondissements jurisprudentiels et législatifs, notamment avec les précisions apportées par le gouvernement sur la loi Hamon (cf. notre alerte du 5 novembre 2014), les discussions passionnées sur le projet de loi Macron et l'entrée en vigueur de la loi de financement pour la Sécurité sociale (LFSS) pour 2015.
This article addresses the recent legislation in French employment law which obligates business owners to first propose a business which is for sale to all of their employees before they propose it to a third party.
Les cinq ordonnances portant réforme du Code du travail, signées vendredi 22 septembre dernier par le Président de la République, ont été publiées samedi 23 septembre au Journal officiel.
Certaines mesures prévues par ces ordonnances sont d'application immédiate, telles que le barème des indemnités prud'homales ou la réforme du télétravail, tandis que d'autres, comme la fusion des instances représentatives du personnel, écessitent des décrets d'application. Selon le gouvernement, une vingtaine de décrets est attendue d'ici le 31 décembre 2017. Les ordonnances devront toutefois, pour être pérennisées, être ratifiées par l'Assemblée nationale.
Nous vous proposons, lors de cette matinale, de faire le point sur ces ordonnances et, plus particulièrement, de :
- décrypter et analyser les mesures phares de la réforme,
- identifier les impacts sur les pratiques existantes,
- bénéficier de conseils opérationnels pour se mettre en conformité.
- Angéline Duffour
- Anna Milleret-Godet
Date : Mardi 17 octobre 2017
Heure : 8h30 - 10h30