Willway Avocats

Created in March 2001, Willway Avocats relies on the solid duo of its two partners, Eric Pouliquen and Philippe Axelroude, who over the years have developed a reputed practice in the different areas of labour law.

Individual working relationships

We advise you on the drafting (variable remuneration, working hours, non-competition, intellectual property, delegation of powers...), amending and terminating (dismissal, agreed termination, acknowledged termination of contract, retirement and resignation) of employment contractsincluding international related matters (secondment, expatriation).

We take into account the events during the performance of the employment contract (management of absences, disciplinary regulations, training rights...).

We participate in negotiating the financial conditions for termination when necessary (transaction) and we assess the risks of litigation and represent you before the various tribunals (Conseil de Prud'hommes [Industrial tribunal], Tribunal d'Instance [First instance], Tribunal de Grande Instance [High Court], Tribunal de Police [Police court], Tribunal Correctionnel [Criminal court], Cour d'Appel [Appeal court]).

Industrial and Trade Union Relations

On a daily basis, we assist you in your relations with the institutions representing your employees, even in case of social crisis (strike, social contest, collective litigation).

We assist you in the information procedures and yearly consultations of your employees’ representatives and in negotiating collective agreements.

We advise you on the specific legal protection of employees’ representatives.

We assist you when your HR policies are to be revised.

Hygiene and Safety at work

We help you to deal with the legislative and regulatory environment concerning hygiene and safety at work.

URSSAF and Social Security Litigation

We assist you in the event of URSSAF controls and in litigation concerning social security contributions.

We also advise you concerning your liability to social security contributions.