Actualités - Informations juridiques

mars 2018
Déclaration des bénéficiaires effectifs

La Loi Sapin II, pour se conformer au droit européen, a institué une nouvelle obligation pour les sociétés commerciales, les sociétés civiles et les associations...

mars 2018
Le registre des bénéficiaires effectifs

Le registre des bénéficiaires effectifs est un nouveau registre devant être tenu par les sociétés commerciales permettant d’identifier quelles sont les personnes physiques qui exercent le contrôle effectif de la société...

septembre 2017
Loi Sapin 2 : La procédure du lanceur d’alerte

La loi Sapin II du 9 décembre 2016 a introduit des dispositions renforçant la protection des lanceurs d’alerte...

décembre 2016
The end of employment contract under french law

A registered letter sent shall be sent by any of the party willing to end the contract. The party ending the contract shall respect a notice period. The duration varies according to the author of the end of the contract. If it is the company that ends the contract,

décembre 2016
Setting up a business or a company in France

An individual or a company can set up a business in France through several different legal forms...

décembre 2016
Buying a business or a company in France

A business can be run without creating a company or through a company. A business run out of a company is usually called a “fonds de commerce”....

décembre 2016
Recovering and collecting money from a French debtor in France

A business can be run without creating a company or through a company. A business run out of a company is usually called a “fonds de commerce”...

décembre 2016
Corporate Taxation in France

Companies in France are taxed either at income tax (impôt sur le revenu) or at corporate tax (impôt sur les sociétés) depending of the legal structure of the company. SA (société anonyme), SAS (société par actions simplifiée) and SARL (société à responsabilité limitée) is primarily subject to corporate tax, but may under certain circumstances, opt to pay income tax instead...

décembre 2016
Employing people in France

The recruitment of an employee in France generally involves going through the Job Centre Service (Pôle Emploi), a public body which collects job offers and advises companies on recruitment, recruitment consultants or the APEC (The Executives Recruitment Association) which handles executive recruitment (cadres), i.e. people with managerial responsibilities....

décembre 2016
The principal clauses of the French employment contract

The probationary period is a transition period, allowing the employer to assess the working skills of the employee regarding his previous experiences. The employer also assess whether the employee is suitable for the company. The probationary period is optional and for this period to be valid, it is mandatory that the employer includes this clause in the employment contract...