Maxime is Co-Managing Partner of Osborne Clarke’s Paris office, where he not only oversees the firm’s strategy and day-to-day operations, but helps clients to address the multiple challenges of digital transformation.

A specialist in Employment law with a Doctorate in “employment law and new technology”, Maxime spends much of his time helping clients navigate the impact of digitalisation on their workplaces – and their futures. 

Maxime is a believer in building close client partnerships through a pragmatic, responsive and solutions-oriented approach to conducting business, and has established a reputation for leading a multi-faceted team who can offer unique expertise to both national and international clients.

While his practice extends across the full scope of labour law issues, both on a national and international level, Maxime’s legal advice and assistance on litigation matters focuses predominantly on complex reorganisations, employee representative issues and structuring of employment-related agreements in companies.

Maxime Pigeon is "a very skilled advocate with an in-depth knowledge of employment laws in France and a good ability to advice business team on complicated employment issues," according to clients. He assists with high-profile litigations related to harassment claims. He additionally handles the negotiations of collective bargaining agreements, terminations and remuneration issues. He is active across the technology and aviation sectors.

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Helping you in tomorrow's world

Digitalisation touches every business, in every country across the globe. But by developing an understanding of changing practice and regulation, any business can face its challenges head-on, and prevent missteps when it comes to employment practices.

My purpose is to help my clients navigate these challenges. Technology, innovation and digital business are a part of the DNA of Osborne Clarke – there’s no other firm better placed to help clients prepare for and build a better tomorrow.

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