Anne Martine de Jong

Anne Martine began practising as a lawyer in 2008. She specialises in employment and public service law and represents both employers and employees. Anne Martine also has experience in addressing key issues of employment and business law. Her work includes providing advice in the area of subsidy regulations. She has extensive experience assisting in negotiations, litigation, and in an advisory capacity. Her skills in assisting project-based, cross-organisational procedures such as reorganisations and takeovers are second to none.

Areas of expertise:

  • Complex individual dismissal processes
  • Reorganisations and collective redundancy
  • Transfer of company
  • Legal status of director under the Articles of Association
  • Co-determination processes
  • Collective Bargaining Agreement (CAO) related issues
  • Labour disputes
  • Objections and appeal proceedings
  • Subsidy provision
  • Subsidy terminations and frictional costs

Degree programmes

  • 2013: Grotius Academy, specialist course in Employment Law
  • 2007: University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law, Sydney, Australia, exchange programme
  • 2007: University of Amsterdam, Masters in Employment Law and Masters in Private Law Practice
  • 2005: Bachelor’s Degree in Law; University of Amsterdam

Memberships and other activities

  • Dutch Employment Lawyers Association (VAAN)
  • Employment Lawyers Association Amsterdam (VAAA)
  • Civil Servants and Law Association (VA&R)

Languages

  • Dutch
  • English

Blogs and publications by Anne Martine de Jong