About Mark Keuss
Mark Keuss has extensive experience in employment law. He is specialized in collective dismissal procedures and forensic inquiries into misconduct. He advises both profit and non-profit organizations (hospitals, schools etc.) on restructuring, matters concerning (employee) participation, social securities, partnerships and disputes with the inspection.
Mark regularly lectures on employment law at various institutions such as Rotterdam School of Management. He was visiting lecturer in employment law at Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. He currently teaches the combined master’s degree program in employment law at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Universiteit van Amsterdam.
Mark has been with Lexence since 2006. He studied law at Universiteit Utrecht where he completed the postgraduate studies in employment law as well. Mark was admitted to the Dutch Bar in 1989.
''Mark Keuss demonstrates 'a great balance of professional attitude and social personality', according to clients, who also praise his 'technical knowledge and field experience'. 'Keuss specialises in internal investigations and dismissal proceedings, representing both companies and individuals'.''
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, Lexence’s team is headed by Judith Schulp and Mark Keuss, who specialises in collective dismissals and misconduct inquiries."
Chambers (2017): "Mark Keuss is a 'very effective, strong negotiator and litigator who understands clients' needs perfectly'. He is sought after for his specialist expertise on collective dismissals and investigations of misconduct."
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."