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    Employment & Pension

    Our multidisciplinary Employment & Pension team is highly experienced and famed for its expertise in national and cross-border employment and pension law. Van Doorne has a long tradition with this practice.

    Individual and group employment and pension law

    We advise and litigate in the entire field of individual and group employment and pension law. Among other things, this includes recruitment and dismissal, flexible employment, collective agreements and pension issues but also reorganisations, corporate transitions, outsourcing, privacy and the adjustment and harmonisation of terms and conditions of employment. We also offer advice in the field of employment law when it comes to mergers and acquisitions, and competition.

    Full-service network

    We advise Dutch and foreign businesses, non-profit organisations and public and semi-public institutions. Our full-service practice offers access to our network of experienced lawyers, civil-law notaries and tax consultants who specialise in neighbouring legal fields.

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    Read more about our specialist areas and how we can assist you with employment and pension issues. More information about financial employment law and the remuneration policy, directors and governance, pension law, employee participation and cross-border employment can be found on the pages below.


    "'Top quality and well resourced', the Van Doorne team is also highlighted for its 'thorough knowledge of cross-border jurisdictional issues'" - The Legal 500 EMEA 2019, Employment

    "'... the firm's "excellent support in labour law cases', the team is 'very efficient and effective'" - Chambers Europe 2019, Employment

    "... the firm's 'depth of resources and knowledge' ... 'very flexible and available'" - Chambers Europe 2019, Employment

    "Noted for its 'in-depth knowledge'." - The Legal 500 EMEA 2018, Employment

    "Van Doorne's team is 'always up to date with recent developments'." - The Legal 500 EMEA 2018, Employment

    "Know what they need to know and are to-the-point in their advice." - Chambers Europe 2018, Competition/European Law