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Guillaume Bossy

Partner

CMS Francis Lefebvre Lyon Avocats
174 rue de Créqui
CS 23516
69 422 Lyon
cedex 03
France
Languages French, English

Guillaume Bossy is a partner lawyer in the employment law department of CMS Francis Lefebvre Lyon.

He mainly intervenes in counsel and in litigation in employment law and in cooperation with his partners in employment criminal law and in social protection law. He daily advises, pragmatically, companies about legal aspects of individual and collective labour relations. He co-manages with his partner François Coutard a team of 11 lawyers dedicated to employment law, in litigation as well as in advising.

Guillaume has strong experience as well as expertise notably within the field of restructuring (job preservation plans, mergers, reorganisations, renegotiations of working time, etc.), employee representation bodies and in employment relations management. He intervenes in a multidisciplinary way with the other departments of the law firm on complex legal issues.

Lawyer for 15 years, Guillaume Bossy joined the law firm in 2001. 

He is the host on a regular basis of conferences and formations for the ANDRH (National Association of Human Resources Department) and for clients.

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Employment

Legal 500 EMEA 2019

Memberships & Roles

  • Member of the French Association of Corporate Legal Advisors (ACE)
  • Member of the National Association of Human resources directors (ANDRH) and coordinator of the “Rhône” Employment law club
  • Member of AVOSIAL (union of Employment lawyers)
  • Admitted to the Lyon Bar
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Education

  • Specializing in Employment law
  • Specializing in Social security and Social protection law
  • "Certificat d'Aptitude à la Profession d'Avocat” (Practicing certificate for French lawyers)
  • D.E.A. (French degree in concentrated studies) in Employment law, University  Lyon II
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