Lisa Deparis Avocat au Barreau de Strasbourg (Attorney at law) in France and Germany, EPP Rechtsanwälte Avocats

Lisa Deparis

Avocat au Barreau de Strasbourg (Attorney at law)

Master 1 & 2 in French-German law,
majoring in corporate law,
specializing in labor and employment law,
Master 2 Human Resources Development
and Employment Law

Languages: French (native language),
German (native language), English

Lisa Deparis Avocat au Barreau de Strasbourg (Attorney at law) in France and Germany, EPP Rechtsanwälte Avocats

Expertise in
French Law

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  • Studied French-German law at the Centre Juridique Franco-allemand (CJFA) in the University of Saarland (Germany) in partnership with the University of Strasbourg and at the University of Cergy-Pontoise in partnership with the Heinrich-Heine University of Düsseldorf, studied at the University of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne.
  • Practical training in various law firms in France and Germany (ASA in Strasbourg, Deltalis in Strasbourg, Qivive in Cologne and COFFRA GROUP in Strasbourg), in court (Arbeitsgericht of Stuttgart in Germany) and in the human resources department of the VINCI Construction Holding in Rueil-Malmaison.
  • 2023 Joined the law firm Epp as legal advisor
  • 2024 Admitted to the Strasbourg Bar, practicing lawyer in the law firm Epp


Advising and representing French and German clients (legal entities, chairmen, managing directors, heads of human resources departments) in all matters relating to French employment law (labor law and social security law, handling of day-to-day HR issues):

  • Negotiating and drafting company agreements (mobility, working hours, work organization, etc.)
  • Assisting companies in restructuring, downsizing (voluntary departures, collective bargaining agreements, collective performance agreements) and implementing redundancies.
  • Setting up professional elections, monitoring employee representative bodies, etc.
  • Preparing bilingual employment contracts and general terms and conditions of employment in accordance with French law:
    • Fixed-term employment contracts (CDD) and open-ended employment contracts (CDI)
    • Working hours
    • Probationary period
    • Social security contributions
    • Non-compete clauses
  • Disciplinary procedures (warnings, layoffs, demotions)
  • Assistance with individual termination of employment contracts in France:
    • Negotiating and concluding termination agreements
    • Implementing personal dismissals
  • Assisting employers with internal investigations (psychosocial risks, harassment, etc.)
    Negotiating settlement agreements, drafting and concluding settlement agreements
  • Negotiations and legal proceedings in France
  • Posting of employees in France - Posting of cross-border workers