Employment and benefits law

The employment & benefits team litigate and advise focusing on collective employment law, reorganizations, co-determination and collective bargaining agreement issues. Our clients are predominantly national and international companies, but we regularly advise statutory directors and high-level executives. Their advisory services cover pension law as well as the traditional employment and benefits law.
 
 

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International listings

Chambers Europe: 'The team helps us reach practical and pragmatic business solutions. It's always quick to follow up on our questions. We have had a long-term relationship and it has displayed consistent performance over the years.' 'Lexence has a strong team that works well together.' (2016).  'A pragmatic and proactive team with a commercial and solution-oriented approach'. 'Lexence understands what we are trying to do and is practical in finding solutions'. (2015). 'Well-regarded practice with a strong focus on standalone employment work and related litigation'. 'Work highlights:  Advised GE on the downsizing of its operations as well as several individual dismissals'.regarded practice with a strong focus on standalone employment work and related litigation'. 'Work highlights:  Advised GE on the downsizing of its operations as well as several individual dismissals' (2014).  
 
Legal500: 'Lexence is a popular choice for hospitals and care organisations, in part due to Mark Keuss’ ‘exceptional knowledge of the care sector’; other clients include GE, Flextronics and Ziggo. Floor Damen specialises in collective redundancies and Judith Schulp has broad contentious and transaction-related employment expertise'.  (2015). 'Lexence’s Juditch Schulp, who acted for Ziggo on an outsourcing, also advised de Persgroep on restructuring matters and advises boards of financial institutions on compliance issues. Mark Keuss, who provides ‘practical solutions and concise advice’, and Floor Damen recently advised Flextronics Logistics and Sita Nederland on employment issues' (2014).