As the rights and duties of those employed by the state (both civil servants and contractors)    come under several different legal and regulatory regimes, public sector employers need expert guidance in the field of legislation governing state employees.

Our considerable legal expertise in this area and our in-depth knowledge of your specific working environment combine to ensure we can offer you useful legal advice and effective representation. Our lawyers will represent you in a range of courts to help you resolve disputes relating to individual employment relations (disciplinary sanctions, workplace bullying, work-related illnesses…) or collective employment relations (relations with union representatives, company rules and regulations etc). 

The team dedicated to state employees



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