is a partner of the Ogletree Deakins Paris office. She has practised labour and employment law for 18 years and has developed a strong experience, particularly regarding compensation policies (including material risk takers), exit of high executive officers, discrimination and harassment litigation, corporate restructuring and mass redundancies plans, as well as the mass litigation matters that frequently follow. By starting her career at the French Data Protection Agency (CNIL), Cécile has developed cutting-edge skills, particularly on topics related to employee monitoring at the workplace, whistle-blowing alerts, social media use and international data transfer. She is a member of the IAPP and has written a chapter on social media policy for a legal publisher.
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