About Annejet Balm

Annejet Balm litigates and advises in all major areas of employment law, including individual and collective dismissal law, reorganizations, employee participation and transfer of enterprises. She is specialized in disability regulations, placement and secondment constructions, and privacy in the workplace.

Annejet regularly lectures at the Instituut voor arbeidsrecht (Institute for Employment Law) and is a frequent speaker at seminars. She also co-authored the book ‘Hoe zit het met het (nieuwe) arbeidsrecht’ (The situation with (the new) employment law) and was chief editor for employment law for SduMemo+. Annejet is a member of the specialized associations Vereniging Arbeidsrecht Advocaten Nederland (Dutch Employment Lawyers Association) and the Vereniging Arbeidsrecht Advocaten Amsterdam (Amsterdam Employment Lawyers Association).

Annejet has been with Lexence since 2013. She studied law at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, participated in a summer course at University of California in Berkeley, and completed the employment law specialization course of Grotius Academie. Annejet was admitted to the Dutch Bar in 2001.

Chambers (2017)
''Clients commend the team's approach to client service, as well as its awareness of the most current changes in the market, saying: 'They are to the point, quick to respond and provide a high quality service. They are always on top of the newest developments'.''
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  • Chambers (2018): "Clients highlight the firm's 'unique approach and broad knowledge,' saying: 'They know how to deal with the law but can also handle matters in a unique and creative way and are transparent in outlining risks and opportunities.' Others describe the service as 'precise and quick'."

  • Legal 500 (2018): "Providing ‘quick, accurate, to-the-point’ advice. Annejet Balm made partner in January 2017."

  • Chambers (2017): "The team is known for robust national offering, recently active on large reorganisation and rationalisation procedures. Advises on collective labour agreements, compliance mandates, dismissals and redundancies. Maintains a focus on the security, healthcare, energy and financial services sectors. The team continues to develop its specialist expertise on employee representation matters affecting municipalities."

  • Legal 500 (2017): "Lexence’s practice, which is especially strong in large-scale reorganisations and collective dismissals, is headed by Judith Schulp and Mark Keuss. Redundancy specialist Floor Damen is ‘driven, result-oriented and creative’."