Joël Grangé advises and assists French and International clients in French labour law. He also has a notable expertise in European Union labour law.
He has developed a strong practice in mergers and restructuring operations, notably through the handling of collective redundancies and transfers of undertakings.
He regularly represents his clients in collective disputes before labour courts.
Mr Grangé also assists clients in the preparation and negotiation of collective agreements. He also advises clients in their relations with executive management.
For twenty years, Mr Grangé practised labour law within one of the top French law firms, Gide Loyrette Nouel, where he was leading partner in charge of employment practice team.
Since 2008, he is name partner at Flichy Grangé Avocats, a firm specialized in labour law. Mr Grangé is widely respected for is extensive knowledge and considerable experience in French labour law.
He regularly publishes on labour relations, which has lead him to consolidate his repute and establish himself as an authority on the subject.
Joël Grangé is an active member of the "Employment law and industrial relations" committee of the International Bar Association (IBA) and of the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA). He was the regional vice-chair (Europe, Middle East/Africa) of the employee benefits and pensions practice group of Lex Mundi.
Joël Grangé has participated in numerous conferences both in France and abroad on current employment law issues. He has spoken about the implementation of whistle blowing procedures, collective redundancies, sexual and moral harassment, employee saving schemes and pension plans. He was also a lecturer in labour law at of the Institute of Political Studies in Paris.