Lionel SÉBILLE

Co-founder partner of EUNOMIE AVOCATS law firm, Lionel SÉBILLE has a postgraduate degree in Labor Law and is a Lawyer at the PARIS Bar

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After some time spent working with the Labor Law team in Salans/Dentons law firm, Lionel SÉBILLE mainly developed his professional carrier at Barthélémy/Capstan law firm. Following an experience within the American law firm Hogan & Hartson (mainly dealing with transnational M&A transactions with regard to labor management), he later joined Ginestié Magellan Paley-Vincent’s labor law department.

In addition to his regular professional activity, Lionel SÉBILLE has been teaching labor law for 10 years to Master 2 Droit et Pratique des Relations du Travail (Labor Law and Labor Relations Practice) students at Université Paris II Panthéon Assas.

He has created a conventional counseling and litigation business with regard to individual and collective labor relations.

He is mostly experienced in corporate labor litigation (both individual and collective procedures) and in criminal labor law, labor-related particulars of transfer and acquisition transactions, reorganization plans and employee savings plans.

Lionel SÉBILLE provides advice and advocacy to a number of national and international groups and companies as well as associations and local communities in various industrial areas (chemistry, metal industry, accommodation and hotels, office technology, aviation, pharmaceuticals, services and trade, media, IT, banking, clothing, spirits, etc.).

Training

Certificat d’Aptitude à la Profession d’Avocats (Postgraduate Legal Certification) (2000)

DESS Droit et Pratiques des Relations de Travail (Advanced postgraduate degree in Labor Law and Labor Relations Practices) – Université de Paris II – Panthéon Assas (1999)

Maîtrise Droit privé option Carrières Judiciaires (Master’s degree in Private Law with a specialization in Legal Careers) – Université de Paris XII – Val-de-Marne (1998)

Certificat d’Etudes Judiciaires (Legal Studies Certificate) – Institut d’Etudes Judiciaires de Paris (1998)

Languages

French / English