A founding associate at Fromont Briens with 30 years of experience in labor law, Catherine Millet-Ursin concentrates in the following fields:
She heads a team of six lawyers working with companies, insurers and employers’ organizations, advising her clients and providing litigation services in matters such as labor disputes, employee health and retirement benefits, compliance audits and risk analysis. Other services include drafting of articles of association and corporate regulations, assistance in mergers and acquisitions, and cost reductions.
Catherine has authored numerous articles for prestigious publications on general and specific legal topics such as enforceability of implicit and explicit decisions, employer-sponsored health insurance, employee savings schemes and payroll taxes.
A gold medal recipient at the 2016 Palmarès des Avocats (Top Lawyers) competition, Catherine also teaches Masters level courses in social protection law at various French universities, including her alma mater, the University of Montpellier. In addition to representing Fromont Briens within professional organizations, she is a member of the Association Law Committee of the Lyon Bar. For many years, Catherine has regularly been invited to speak at legal conferences on topics such as social protection and remuneration policy.
Catherine holds an advanced professional certificate in personnel management. She is a frequent lecturer for the Master II program in Social Protection Law at the Montpellier University Law School, focusing on aspects of collective compensation, and Master I and II courses at the University of Lyon III. Catherine offers assistance to the Bar in matters of social protection, and represents Fromont Briens in the Cercle HUMANIA organization.