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Gladel & Co
49/51 avenue Victor Hugo
+33 (0)1 40 20 98 10
+33 (0)1 40 20 42 68
Line 1 - Charles de Gaulle Étoile
52 - Victor Hugo-Paul Valery
Winner livewire 2014
Winner 2013, International Arbitration Firm of the Year
Winner 2012, International Arbitration Firm of the Year
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BARREAU DE PARIS
LES RENDEZ-VOUS LAMY DE L'ACTUALITÉ
CEO’s and managers for executive
compensation and career management
Our clients are
companies and groups, both domestic
and international, of varying sizes
and in diverse business sectors.
Advantages of arbitration: Businesses
choose arbitration over litigation because
of its neutrality, finality, enforceability, procedural flexibility, and the ability to
choose the arbitrators.
Arbitration is a proceeding in which
a dispute is resolved by an impartial
adjudicator whose decision the parties
to the dispute have agreed, or legislation
has decreed, will be final and binding.
There are limited rights of review and appeal
of arbitration awards.
The mediator acts as a third party,
with the aim of improving communication
between the disagreeing parties in order to
find a suitable means of settling the dispute.
By using a mediator (a third party) both
parties will be given a neutral ear and the
benefit of a private, confidential means of
coming to an agreement.
Mediation can be helpful in nearly any
situation in employment law/labor law.
— A mediator
Each party must be represented by
a lawyer whose representation terminates
upon the undertaking of any contested court proceeding.
The parties may engage financial
professionals or other experts as needed.
The parties sign a collaborative
participation agreement describing the
nature and scope of the matter.
The parties voluntarily disclose all
information which is relevant and material
to the matter that must be decided.
The parties agree to use good faith
efforts in their negotiations to reach a
mutually acceptable settlement whithout
— Achieving a
The manner in which these various
negotiations are conducted not only impacts
the quality of the deals themselves, but
also the quality of the parties’ consequent
The Labor Management Relationship
is largely defined by negotiation; bargaining
contracts, resolving grievances, handling
gripes, and sometimes working together in
consultative fashion on topics which the
parties are not bound to tackle, yet choose
to do so for the betterment of the operation
Think three-legged stool, one leg being
contract bargaining, the second being
contract administration, and the third being
— The heart
Design adapted solutions, using the law
as a tool to manage companies, constantly seeking value-added solutions.
Alternative dispute resolution
Negotiation, arbitration, mediation,
and collaborative law.
Defend our clients’ interests in court, capitalising on our expertise, our technicality and our in-depth knowledge
of court procedures.
Analyse our clients’ needs and priorities
in order to have a perfect understanding
of the issues and challenges at stake
so as to be thought leaders in our areas
Florence Gladel is
Attorney at Law.
Member of the London Court of Arbitration.
Member of International Association
Founder of the Executive Certificate:
Law and Negotiation in Centrale Paris
Mediator of the Paris Court of Appeal.
Professor at the Faculty in negotiation,
mediation and collaborative law.
Faculty certificate in mediation.
Member of the Board and Academic
Director on section ADR of Avo|Sial which
is the prestigious national association
of employment lawyers for Companies
and is a platform for thought leadership
before new legislation and regulations
LA SEMAINE JURIDIQUE
LA SEMAINE JURIDIQUE
— Great deals are built
those experiences happen.