Osborne Clarke has been in Paris since 2013. Osborne Clarke Paris is a French multi-service business law firm and is a member of the Osborne Clarke international network.

With a culture focused on innovation and an international reach, the firm pursues a single goal: to help clients succeed in tomorrow’s world, from their most complex operations to their day-to-day legal assistance. Osborne Clarke is an expert in providing legal support for its clients’  transformation strategies: we combine our legal expertise and sector and client understanding with insight into the global issues driving transformation in our clients’ businesses: decarbonisation, digitalisation and urban dynamics. In this perspective, Osborne Clarke Paris offers a broad spectrum of legal expertise in business and corporate law.

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American medical devices group

Provided tax assistance to an American medical devices group in relation to its transfer pricing matters and provided specific tax advice in relation to  restructuring/reorganisations undertaken by the group in 2016.

Global healthcare company

On-going assistance with leadership in diabetes care in negotiations with trade unions, consultations with works council on various reorganization projects, several employment disputes and lawsuits, management packages and immigration issues.

HR EMEA management

Assisted HR EMEA management in the framework of labour law matters, in particular concerning drafting of new employment contracts, transfer of employees between entities of the group, non-competition issues and termination of key employees.

International online advertising group

Assisted an international online advertising group on the legal aspects of its offices relocation strategy (relocation of several office spaces into one main site in central Paris).

Leading medical devices manufacturer

Advised on advertising law compliance in France and the launch of its website (data privacy, consumer regulation, media regulation, medical devices regulation).