PARIS, April 19, 2022 – Proskauer, a leading international law firm, is pleased to announce that its Paris Labor and Employment Law Group has again been ranked as a Tier One practice by The Legal 500 EMEA 2022, an independent guide to leading lawyers and practices in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The Paris labor team earned top accolades for its ability to carry out large-scale restructuring projects and advise on the employment aspects of high-profile M&A transactions. The Paris labor and employment practice focuses on collective bargaining, litigation and counseling with a particular emphasis on large corporate reorganizations and discrimination and wage inequality matters.
The Firm also received a top-tier ranking in Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration – France.
In this year’s Legal 500 EMEA guide, partner Yasmine Tarasewicz, co-head of the French & EU Employment Group, was named to the Hall of Fame; partner Nicolas Léger was named a Next Generation Lawyer; and partners Béatrice Pola and Alexandra Stocki were mentioned for Labor and Employment Law. Partner Ana Vermal also received a mention in Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration – France.
The Legal 500 is an independent, unbiased guide to leading lawyers that has long been one of the most esteemed surveys of European law firms. The rankings are created by a team of independent researchers and inclusion in the guide is solely based on their findings. The Legal 500 ranks all major areas of practice on a national level and some at regional and state levels.
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