NEWS

WELCOME, CAROLINE PROST!

Our firm is delighted to welcome our colleague, Caroline Prost, to its teams, particularly to those of Delphine Ricard & Ludovic Gayral. A brilliant career (Universita Luigi Bocconi (Milan), UPEC, Université de Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines, LLM Queen Mary University of London, Paris Bar School), for a great collaboration in prospect!
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20 February 2024

GHTs acquire legal personality: A new administrative “millefeuille”?

Law no. 2023-1268 of 27 December 2023, aimed at improving access to care through the territorial commitment of professionals, introduced the possibility for GHTs to acquire legal personality. The regional hospital grouping (groupement hospitalier de territoire – “GHT”) was created by law no. 2016-41 of 26 January 2016. It was intended to be a, if ...
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13 February 2024

Best wishes 2024

The Vatier team wishes you the best for the new year 2024.
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7 January 2024

Best wishes 2023

The Vatier team wishes you the best for the new year 2023
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6 January 2023

VATIER is pleased to welcome two new partners from ASTINE: Rachel Ashley and Christine Borfiga

VATIER is pleased to welcome two new partners from ASTINE: Rachel Ashley (Corporate Law – Mergers & Acquisitions) and Christine Borfiga (Digital, Technologies and Commercial Contracts), together with their associate, Mawa Dramé. They mainly assist foreign groups in their operations in France. With this strategic growth, VATIER strengthens its advisory activities by creating two new ...
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6 January 2023

SANTEXPO 2022 !

Our partner Delphine Jaafar, in charge of équipe Santé of the firm, is participating in two conferences in the context of the 2022 SANTEXPO event: – Wednesday 18 May 10 am at SOFTWAY MEDICAL, with Pierre Lesteven: “The health data warehouse, new uses and legal issues”. – Thursday 19 May 10.15 am with the AGENCE ...
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16 May 2022

MACRON SCALE: a long-awaited decision!

On 11 May 2022, the Social Chamber of the Court of Cassation, ruling in its plenary session, handed down a long-awaited decision for lawyers specialising in employment law. Indeed, the Court of Cassation has definitively validated the Macron scale contained in article L. 1235-3 of the French Labour Code (Soc., 11 May 2022, no. 21-14.490 ...
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12 May 2022

Real estate as an economic model for private nursing homes

Following the organisation of the last MATINALE VATIER, the 8-10 of 16 February 2022 “Nursing homes: when health becomes a real estate market”, Nicolas Senèze, head of the Social section at La Croix, published an article containing the analysis of our partners Amélie Vatier, partner in charge of the Real Estate practice at the firm, ...
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23 February 2022

Harassment in the workplace

Our partner Delphine Ricard, in charge of the firm’s employment law practice, answers questions from Entreprise & Carrières magazine on the issue of harassment in the workplace : https://www.info-socialrh.fr/bibliotheque-numerique/entreprise-et-carrieres/1564/le-point-sur/sante-au-travail-prendre-le-harcelement-au-serieux-690052.php
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22 February 2022

Nursing homes: When health becomes a real estate market

On Wednesday 16 February, the Matinale Vatier is an 8/10 organised by Amélie Vatier, partner in charge of the firm’s REAL ESTATE practice, and Delphine Jaafar, partner in charge of the HEALTH practice : “Nursing homes : when health becomes a real estate market”. A time of exchange and sharing, organised around several journalists, with ...
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16 February 2022

Real estate, a pillar of the nursing home strategy…

Delphine Jaafar, partner in charge of the firm’s Health practice, answers questions from L’OPINION : Real estate, a pillar of the nursing home strategy By Jade Grandin de l’Eprevier- 08 February 2022 at 6:00 am – L’OPINION The heritage aspect has been a recurring theme for several years and is at the heart of the economic ...
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10 February 2022

Health data … but what if it wasn’t just personal?

Legal opinion column by our partner Delphine Jaafar, in charge of the Health practice, in the daily newspaper LA TRIBUNE https://www.latribune.fr/opinions/tribunes/donnees-de-sante-entre-bien-commun-et-individualisme-903675.html
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10 February 2022

The ER2020: towards positive energy buildings

Provided for by the ELAN law of 2018, the Environmental Regulation 2020 (ER2020), applies, with a few years’ delay due to the health crisis, since 1 January 2022 and gradually. The ER2020 is the successor to the TR2012 (2012 thermal regulation). As its name suggests, the ambition is broader: while TR2012 aimed to limit the ...
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7 February 2022

Speech by our partner in social law, Delphine RICARD, on BFM Business on the issues of partial activity and

https://www.bfmtv.com/economie/replay-emissions/soixante-minutes-business/je-suis-mis-en-activite-partielle-par-mon-entreprise-je-peux-refuser-15-11_VN-202111150221.html
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15 November 2021

The ordinances of 12 May 2021: Closer, simpler, safer?

Certification of local hospitals / Restructuring of the territorial health professional communities (CPTS) / Relaxation of the status of multi-professional health centres / Restructuring of authorisation law / Development of secure digital health services In view of the ageing population, the need to treat chronic diseases and the demographic disparities in medical care, the current ...
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14 June 2021

The general interest does not represent public service…!

In a decision of 30 December 2020, the First Chamber of the Council of State had the opportunity to confirm that although medical and educational actions in favour of disabled children constitute a mission of general interest, the private management organisations providing them are not, however, entrusted with a public service mission (EC, 1st Chamber, ...
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11 February 2021

News in insurance law: exclusion of guarantee clause and third party action to an insurance contract

The exclusion of guarantee clause must be formal, precise and limited and shall not be subject to interpretation Court of Cassation, Second Civil Division, 26 November 2020 (Appeal no. 19-16.435) – Published An exclusion of guarantee clause, insofar as it does not refer to precise criteria and cases exhaustively enumerated, is not formal and limited ...
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11 February 2021

Covid 19 and commercial rents

Suspension of sanction measures…. As of the first lock-down, a suspension with deferral of commercial rent payments was ordered, but only for the benefit of natural persons and legal entities under private law carrying out an economic activity likely to benefit from the solidarity fund (Article 4 of Order no. 2020-306 of 25 March 2020). ...
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1 February 2021

Company Health Protocol: 29 January 2021 version

Replacing the health protocol of 6 January 2021, which itself replaced a number of versions developed since the beginning of the health crisis, the company health protocol of 29 January 2021 continues to adapt to the evolution of the epidemic and to organise life in companies in this particular context. The major developments in a few questions: ...
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1 February 2021

Jacques Séguéla was right about Doctor Knock!

Forbidden for more than seventy years by Article R. 4127-19 of the Public Health Code on the grounds that medicine should not be practised as a business, advertising and communication are now free. Several decrees, published on 24 December 2020, set out the new rules on professional communication for six health professions: doctors (Decree No. ...
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18 January 2021