Areas of expertise

Henri HAGUET operates in both advisory work and litigation.
He advises a varied clientele on individual and collective employment law issues as well as in social welfare law.

Professional practice

Henri joined DELSOL Avocats in September 2022, after an experience as an employment lawyer at RGIS, a world leader in inventory services, where he developed an operational approach to individual and collective employment relations. He is a member of the Paris and New York Bars.


  • CAPA (2021)
  • New York Bar (2021)
  • LL.M - Louisiana State University (2019)
  • Master’s degree in Business Law - Aix Marseille University (2018)
  • Master’s degree in European Law - Paris 2 Panthéon Assas (2017)


French, English


European Union and digital platform workers : France rejects the presumption of salaried status !

Digital platforms are major players in our economy and this fact caught the attention of the European institutions. At the heart of their business model is the involvement of platform workers, to whom these companies subcontract all or part of a service. According to Brussels, there are 28 million platform workers in the Member States, 5.5...


The international teleworker and the thorny question of the law applicable to the employment relationship

Since the Covid-19 epidemic and the democratisation of telework, more and more companies are facing requests from their employees to telework from their holiday location or even permanently from abroad. But is there an impact on the law applicable to the employment relationship ? According to the European Court of Justice (ECJ), in...