EMPLOYMENT LAW

Work plays a key role in our society. This is the case in good and bad economic times. Employment law is constantly evolving both in terms of its jurisprudence and as a consequence of the continuous development of new legislation and regulations. Sound knowledge and broad experience of employment law are therefore absolutely essential to offer employers and employees adequate counselling in solving their employment law related disputes and issues. The employment law attorneys at VDB Advocaten Notarissen have precisely those qualities and carefully monitor all developments.

Sector-specific

Due to the multidisciplinary cooperation with our colleagues at Witlox Van den Boomen the employment law attorneys at VDB Advocaten Notarissen can also call upon extensive sector-specific knowledge and experience. Other professional groups including accountants, salary administrators, pension advisors and tax specialists share their sector specific knowledge and experience. As a result the employment law attorneys at VDB Advocaten Notarissen can quickly get to the heart of the issue with a pragmatic and (best practice) approach focused on reaching a solution. Essential in our approach is a proactive attitude. Our aim is to contribute ideas that are of use to you!

It goes without saying that the employment law attorneys at VDB Advocaten Notarissen are keen to initiate legal proceedings if that course of action is in your best interests. All employment law attorneys at VDB Advocaten Notarissen have completed specialist training and are members of specialist associations. The clients at VDB include both national and international employers, including a large number of family businesses. Also employees know how to seek assistance of the attorneys at VDB Advocaten Notarissen.

Specialisations

In addition to the specialisations further described below, you can of course call upon the services of VDB Advocaten Notarissen for questions relating to other specialist fields such as non-competition restrictions, harmonisation of employment conditions, flexible employment contract forms, transfer of undertaking and outsourcing, international labourlaw, collective employment law, the factor labour as part of mergers and acquisitions, procedural law and strategic advice in legal proceedings.