Montpellier Court of Appeal, 28 June 2017, no. 16/00102

A person without an employment contract, but treated by the company as an employee
is legally considered as one. Therefore, an arbitration clause in the bylaws of the
company cannot be invoked against this person. Any labour disputes that arise from
this relationship are under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Conseil des Prud’hommes
[French specialized labour court].

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