Nadine Voisin is a partner and has been co-head, with Thierry Brézillon, of the Employment practice group of Hughes Hubbard & Reed in Paris since September 1999.
She advises French companies and foreign groups located in French territory on a daily basis on both individual and collective employment relations.
She has specific expertise on issues relating to management of company executives and managers’ careers, both at the French and international level, and more particularly with respect to issues involving remuneration, social protection and negotiating management departures.
Within the group, Nadine handles issues relating to ethics, corporate governance, information technology and civil liberties.
Part of her activity is also given over to training and holding office in the voluntary sector, including as a trustee and member of the Executive Committee of the American Library of Paris. She has particular experience in the pharmaceuticals, energy, original equipment manufacturer, financial services and luxury goods sectors.
Before joining Hughes Hubbard, Nadine had already gained considerable experience in an international environment, having started her career in corporate law in 1981 at the Dutch law firm Den Hertog & Bijloos (the French representative of the law firm Dutilh), before specializing in Employment Law by developing and heading the employment law group at the Paris office of Nauta Dutilh until 1997.
In 1997, she joined the firm Moisand Boutin & Associés in order to develop an employment law practice alongside tax specialists and auditors.
She is regularly listed in the professional directories.
Hughes Hubbard & Reed, Paris office, September 1999 – present
Partnership with Thierry Brézillon, 1998 – 1999
Moisand Boutin & Associés, Paris, 1997 – 1998
Nauta Dutilh, Paris, 1981 – 1997
Recognized in Best Lawyers in France for labor and employment law, 2014
Décideurs Stratégie Finance Droit, 2014
Décideurs Leadership & Management Capital Humain, 2014
Pre- and post-acquisition due diligence audits relating to employment, social security, employee health and security issues, and reorganization and restructuring
Negotiation of agreements for reductions in work force with employee representatives, unions and government agencies
Drafting and negotiation of stock options and profit-sharing plans
Negotiation on behalf of employers to resolve strikes and work stoppages
Negotiation of executive compensation packages and settlement agreements
Negotiations with employee and union representatives in the context of collective bargaining agreements and lockouts