Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2012, counsel Benjamin Krief is a member of Gide’s Employment Law practice group, where he assists French and foreign companies with all individual and collective aspects of employment law. In particular, he assists transnational groups in the implementation of their reorganisation projects (sale, voluntary departure plan, etc.) and has solid expertise in staff representative information and consultation procedures (both in advisory and litigation matters). He also assists clients with strategic individual litigation as well as with negotiations relating to the termination of senior executives.
Benjamin Krief holds a PhD in law from Paris II - Panthéon-Assas University. Under the aegis of Professor Bernard Teyssié, his thesis paper, “Essay on the emergence of a European law on collective representation”, received awards from Paris II - Panthéon-Assas University, UIMM and the Voltaire law firm. He writes articles for specialised legal magazines (La Semaine juridique sociale and Les Cahiers sociaux) and is a lecturer at Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne University, where he teaches labour law to third-year law students.