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LANGE VOORHOUT 3, PO Box 30457, 2500 GL The Hague, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 70 376 0606
Fax:
Fax +31 70 365 18 56
Email:
Web:
https://www.barentskrans.nl
BarentsKrans, Max Keulaerds, The Hague, NETHERLANDS

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Max Keulaerds

Tel:
Work +31-70-376 06 16
Email:
BarentsKrans

Work Department

Labour Law.

Position

Max Keulaerds works for BarentsKrans since 1983 (partner since 1986) and he is specialised in Labour Law. Max has extensive experience in drafting contracts, contract templates and regulations, litigation and advice on works councils, non-competition clauses, severance plans, equal treatment and non-discrimination, the position of directors, business transfers, occupational disability, working conditions, collective agreements, severance pay and pensions law.

Career

Max Keulaerds started his career in 1983 at BarentsKrans. He is a partner since 1991. He lectures widely on labour law (e.g. Grotius Academy, Euroforum, RPMS, Kluwer, Institute for Labour Law). He is Chairman of the Association of Dutch Employment Lawyers (VAAN) and Secretary of the Hague Association of Employment Lawyers.

Languages

Dutch and English

Member

Chairman of the Working Party Dismissal Law of the Association of Dutch Employment Lawyers (VAAN) / Secretary of the Hague Association of Employment Lawyers / Member of the Working Group on Termination of Employment Law of the Dutch Association for Labour Law / Lectures widely on labour law (e.g. Grotius Academy, Euroforum, RPMS, Kluwer, Institute for Labour Law)

Education

University of Utrecht, law degree, 1982.


Netherlands

Employment

Within: Employment

Easily available and quick to react’, the team at BarentsKrans acts for clients such as KPMG, ABN Amro and the municipality of Delft. Group head Caroline van Gent is an expert in civil service, non-profit and healthcare employment. The ‘very smart, creative and proactiveLaurens de Graaf is ‘calm and mature’; ‘down-to-earth litigatorMax Keulaerds has ‘a brilliant legal mind’; and Peter Vas Nunes is ‘caring and intelligent’. Rogier Duk is also recommended.

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