Court ruling in A&O layoff dispute reopens debate over status of France associates
Allen & Overy (A&O) has been ordered to pay damages to a former Paris associate who was laid off last year as part of the firm's global redundancy programme. The magic circle firm declined to comment on the ruling, first reported on RollOnFriday, other than to state: "The court found in favour of the associate and the matter has now been settled."
Allen & Overy (A&O) has been ordered to pay damages to a former Paris associate who was laid off last year as part of the firm’s global redundancy programme.
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