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  • Laetitia Tombarello

    • Laetitia Tombarello, Partner, is a member of the firm’s Employment Law team. Her practice focuses on the employment law aspects of domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and restructurings.

      She also advises French and international clients in connection with collective bargaining, workforce reduction plans, company savings schemes and remuneration of senior executives.

      She has additional expertise in the area of international labour mobility, employee remuneration plans and performance evaluation schemes.

      Laetitia Tombarello lectures on employment law at the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris and at Paris II Panthéon-Assas University.

    • Professional career

      Prior to joining Bredin Prat in 2009, she worked at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton.

       

    • Academic career

      She was admitted to the Paris Bar (2006) and is a graduate of the Institut d'Études Politiques of Paris (Sciences Po, 2003) and the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (DESS in Law and Economic Globalization, 2004).

    • Decorations

      Ranked in the Top 10 of the Best Employment lawyers in EMEA
      MergerLinks, 2020

      Recognised as a “Next Generation Lawyer” in Employment Law

      “Laetitia Tombarello is an excellent professional who has necessary gravitas to win conviction in difficult situations.”
      The Legal 500 EMEA, 2020

      “Laetitia Tombarello is ‘available, listens, understands clients' needs and is result oriented’.”
      The Legal 500 EMEA,
      2019

      “Laetitia Tombarello is praised for her ‘particular ability to grasp the business imperatives and holistic picture’.”
      The Legal 500 EMEA, 2018

    • Recent experiences

      Laetitia has recently advised:

      PSA on the employment law aspects of its merger with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to create the fourth largest global automotive OEM by volume and third largest by revenue

      INEOS on the employment law aspects of (i) the acquisition of the Smart car manufacturing plant in Hambach, Moselle, from Daimler and (ii) the acquisition of OGC Nice football club from a group of Chinese-American investors

      Ingenico on the employment law aspects of (i) the friendly share exchange offer launched by Worldline with a view to creating a new European leader and the fourth player in payment services worldwide and (ii) the subsidiarization of B&A / Retail France which were housed at the head holding company level

      Firmenich on the employment law aspects of the acquisition of DRT from Ardian, Tikehau Capital and the family shareholders

      Iliad on the employment law aspects of (i) a public tender offer on the Polish telecom operator Play and (ii) the sale of a part of its telecommunications towers in France and in Italy to the Spanish company Cellnex

      Dentressangle on the employment law aspects of with the buyout of Marle International SAS, a leading European manufacturer of orthopaedic implants, from IK VII Fund

      Ramsay Générale de Santé on the employment law aspects of its public offer on Capio AB, a healthcare group listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm and which is present in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and France

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