November 4, 2019
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Nataline Fleury has joined the firm in Paris as a partner. Fleury, formerly with Ashurst from 2008 as head of the Paris employment practice, will continue to practice in the areas of employment, social security and employee benefits. She will be accompanied by two associates, Claire-Marie Hincelin and Charline Cosmao.
“We welcome Nataline to the firm,” said Ken Doran, Chairman and Managing Partner of Gibson Dunn. “Nataline has strong credentials and is very well regarded in the legal and business communities. We know her well as we have ‘partnered’ with her on several client matters over the past year. She is the perfect person to lead our effort to add a labor and employment capability to our thriving Paris office.”
“Nataline is an outstanding employment attorney and will be a great asset to our team,” said Bernard Grinspan, Partner in Charge of Gibson Dunn’s Paris office. “Her track record in advising on transactional work, restructuring and employment advisory matters will benefit our clients at a time when French employment law is increasingly complex and technical. We are delighted that she will join the firm.”
About Nataline Fleury
Fleury focuses on employment law and social security issues. She also advises French and international clients on employment law aspects of mergers and acquisitions. She has a broad employment practice that covers all aspects of employment law, with an emphasis on employment issues affecting restructuring transactions, acquisitions and disposals, such as the implementation of workforce reduction plans, employment audits, employment contracts, executive earnings programs, transactional agreements and employer representation.
Before joining Gibson Dunn, Fleury practiced with Ashurst from 2008, as head of the Paris employment practice. Prior, she practiced with Jones Day from 1998 to 2008.
Fleury earned a Diplôme d’études supérieures spécialisées (DESS) in International Litigation and Arbitrage with honor from University Paris V René Descartes in 1997.