Lawyers

Nathalie Subilia

Partner

+41(0)22 320 42 42
ns@reiser.law

Expertise

Employment law    Corporate law

Languages

French English

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Nathalie Subilia and Lisa Harrison publish an article in the newspaper Le Temps titled “Rights and duties of the employer facing Covid-19 ”, rubrique Opinion
Nathalie Subilia and Lisa Harrison publish an article in the newspaper Le Temps titled “Faced with collective dismissals, what legal remedies to employees have”, rubrique Opinion
Professional Experience

Nathalie Subilia is specialised in Employment law.  Her employment law practice also leads her to deal with issues of Corporate law.

She advises employers and employees in all aspects of employment relationships such as entering and terminating contracts of employment, staff secondments, transfer of employees, transfer of expertise and collective dismissals. She is also active in employment-related fields such as competition, social insurances and pensions.

She analyses all legal aspects of her cases with her clients and develops strategies in tandem with them.

Nathalie Subilia is a co-founder of Reiser Avocats. She has practised at the Geneva Bar during several years within leading Genevan law firms. In addition to her legal practice, she acts as a conciliatory judge at the Geneva employment tribunal. As part of her judicial duties she strives to encourage parties to find transactional settlements.

Nathalie Subilia has been recognised as an accomplished employment lawyer acting both on behalf of employers and employees by Chambers & Partners, the Swiss newspaper ‘Le Temps’ and the Swiss magazine ‘Bilanz’.


Education

2011 FSA specialist certification in employment law

2005 Admitted to practice at the Geneva Bar

2002 Master degree in Law, University of Geneva


Professional Membership
  • Vice-president of the Swiss committee of the International Association of Lawyers (UIA)
  • Member of the Swiss-French Association of Employment Law (AROSDT)
  • Member of the Geneva Bar Association and the Swiss Federation of Lawyers (SAV/FSA).

La résolution à l'amiable des conflits en droit du travail, in: Arbitrage, Médiation et autres modes pour résoudre les conflits autrement, Ordre des avocats de Genève-Commission ADR, 2018, Nathalie Subilia, 2018

Enregistrement du temps de travail : une modification législative qui peine à déployer ses effets, in : Le temps. Nathalie Subilia, 2016

La location de services et le placement transfrontalier, in : Rémy Wyler (Ed.), Panorama II en droit du travail, 2012, pp. 553-564. Nathalie Subilia, 2012

Plainte pénale pour concurrence déloyale ou clause de prohibition de concurrence, in : Rémy Wyler (Ed.), Panorama II en droit du travail, 2012, pp. 211-229. Nathalie Subilia, 2012

Getting the Deal Through – Construction 2009 in 34 jurisdictions worldwide, co-auteur avec Michael E. Schneider, Matthias Scherer, Samuel Moss, in : Robert S Peckar (Ed.), Getting the Deal Through, 2010, pp. 161-165. Nathalie Subilia, 2010

Bonus différés, le prochain dilemme des banques, co-auteur avec Alexander Troller, in : Le Temps, page Finance, 4 juin 2010, p. 16. Nathalie Subilia, 2010 

Getting the Deal Through – Construction 2011 in 35 jurisdictions worldwide, co-auteur avec Michael E. Schneider, Matthias Scherer, Samuel Moss, in : Robert S Peckar (Ed.), Getting the Deal Through, 2010, pp. 178-183. Nathalie Subilia, 2010 

De vingt-six à un code de procédure civile, co-auteur avec Patrice Le Houelleur, in : Union Internationale des Avocats, Juriste international, 2010, pp. 35-37. Nathalie Subilia, 2010

Court considers owner’s right to substitute contractors, co-auteur avec Michael E. Schneider, in : International Law Office, 2009, Newsletter. Nathalie Subilia, 2009 

Conferences

Geneva Business Law Association (AGDA), « Uber : Economie de partage et droit du travail », séminaire sur « les Enjeux juridiques de l’économie de partage à travers quelques exemples pratiques », 28.02.18.

Association of international business lawyers, “Actualités dans le domaine du droit du travail », 29.04.16.

Swiss Fiduciary, Geneva branch « Le droit des sociétés », 10.03.16.