Camille Cournot's practice focuses on labor and employment issues involving union negotiations, employee representative bodies, and reorganizations and related litigation. She counsels French and international companies, particularly in the metals, energy, pharmaceutical, and emerging technologies industries, on all aspects of French labor and employment law. Camille also assists clients with labor audits, negotiations, and labor litigation before civil, criminal, and administrative courts.
Camille recently worked on several redundacy plans for companies in the metals industry.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2014, Camille was an associate for three years at a French labor and employment firm.
- French Bar School of Paris (CAPA 2011); University of Paris X-Nanterre (Master II in Labor Law 2010; Master I in Private Law with distinction 2009)
Paris L&E team ranked in Employment in France by The Legal 500 EMEA and Chambers Europe (2021):
"Fantastic availability and turnaround times for complicated requests; ability to coordinate multiple counsels; high quality and consistent end product and advice."
"They have been very helpful for us, they understand the nuance of French labour litigation."
- Intern, Labor Chamber of the Cour de cassation (civil and criminal Supreme Court) (May-July 2010)
- English and French