Delphine Journo is of counsel in our International Dispute Resolution team. Her practice focuses specifically on employment law, as part of the firm's employment law and labour relations unit.

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    • Litigation regarding the annulment of a 35 hours agreement, for lack of information and consultation of the ‘work council’;
    • Litigation before the Criminal Court, regarding charges of obstructing the duties of a staff representative;
    • Litigation before the Criminal Court for hidden work;
    • Litigation regarding compensation for the damage related to the departure of employees taking (asbestos related) early retirement;
    • Litigation regarding work accident, respect of health and safety obligations for employers, “inexcusable fault”;
    • Litigation related to the calculation of subsidies paid to the work council;
    • Litigation relating to elections of staff representatives and appointment of a union representative;
    • Various litigations in individual labour law (dismissal for personal reasons or economic reasons, judiciary termination of the employment contract, ‘requalification’ of a resignation in dismissal, wage discrimination, moral harassment).

    Education

    • Panthéon-Assas University, DEA, en Droit de la communication
    • Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Maîtrise, de Droit des affaires

    Admissions

    • Paris, 1998

    Languages

    • French
    • English

    • La reconnaissance du préjudice d’anxiété ;
    • Préjudice d’anxiété : la prescription est acquise;
    • La Cour de cassation détermine le point de départ du délai de prescription en matière de préjudice d’anxiété ;
    • Des conséquences de l’ouverture d’une procédure collective sur les contentieux prud’homaux en cours : le cas de la procédure d’appel en référé
    • Condition d’application de la règle de d’unicité d’instance ;
    • L’exclusion de la rémunération versée aux intérimaires dans le calcul des subventions accordées au Comité d’entreprise ;
    • Aucune indemnité pour non-respect de la procédure de licenciement n’est due en cas de résiliation judiciaire du contrat de travail aux torts de l’employeur

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