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Employment Law
Final settlement agreements between employer and employee: A comparative study

5 December 2018
Host: Florence Theodose
Presenters: Marta Fernandez-Blanco, Jolin Song, Florence Theodose, and Pedro Breyner Ulrich

Final settlement agreements are appropriate in the employment relationship to minimize the risk of a claim from the employee. Each settlement agreement is unique because the circumstances of each case are different, and different jurisdictions have different limitations, groundings, and enforceability. This webcast will provide a comparative study among China, France, Portugal, and Spain. In particular, we'll discuss:

  • Definition of the settlement agreement and main difference with the mutual termination agreement.
  • Practical impacts on the settlement agreement on the employer-employee relationship.
  • Conditions for the settlement agreement to be valid.
  • Favorable social and tax treatment of the settlement indemnity paid to the ex-employee.

Learn more from Deloitte's employment law specialists to get a deeper understanding of how different legal framework works on final settlement agreements.

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