Cécile Martin is a special international labor & employment counsel in the Labor & Employment Law Department. She is a member of the International Labor & Employment Group and the Privacy & Data Security Group. Cécile has experience with all employment law aspects of corporate restructurings (including transfer of undertakings and due diligence), redundancy procedures, including dismissing protected employees, settlement negotiations, negotiations with employee representative bodies (personnel delegates, works councils, health and safety committees, unions) and French Labor Authorities (Labor Inspector, Ministry of Employment).
Cécile also has extensive experience in data privacy law and is generally responsible for cases involving privacy issues at the crossroads of employment law and the law of new technologies, particularly issues concerning the cyber-surveillance of employees and the dismissal of employees for abusing technologies put at their disposal during their work time.
Prior to joining Proskauer, she served as in-house counsel for the legal department of the French Data Protection Agency (C.N.I.L.). She was a speaker, on several occasions, for the American Bar Association’s Workplace Committee and at a Technology in Practice conference.