Mrs Marjolijn Lips > Van Doorne > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Van Doorne
JACHTHAVENWEG 121
1081 KM AMSTERDAM
PO BOX 75265, 1070 AG AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
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Work Department

Employment & Pension: Financial Employment law and remuneration policy, Employee participation; Technology, Media & Telecom

Position

Marjolijn is a seasoned employment law specialist and trusted advisor for both domestic and international companies. She has a focus on employment aspects of mergers and acquisitions, employee participation, boardroom advice, reorganizations and mass redundancy law, executive redundancies, whistleblowers and harmonization of employment terms. Marjolijn co-heads the Employment practice group. As member of our TMT-sector team she is regularly involved in transactions in the tech industry.

Career

Marjolijn has studied law at the University of Amsterdam and in Berlin and speaks Dutch, English and German. She regularly lectures on various HR and employment law topics, contributed to an e-book about M&A aspects in the TMT-sector and is a lecturer for the IMAA. Besides serving on the board of the Rudolf Lehmann Fund, Marjolijn is a member of the Netherlands Olympic Committee’s Spending Policy Appeals Committee and of the Pro Agent Code of Conduct Committee.

Languages

Dutch, English, German.

Memberships

Member of the European Employment Lawyers Association and all Dutch employment law associations and member of the Dutch Association for Sports and Law.

Education

Dutch law, University of Amsterdam. Law, Freie Universität, Berlin.

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Employment

Van Doorne’s multi-disciplinary employment and pensions team is well regarded for cross-border reorganisations, restructuring and M&A matters. The practice also has strength in pensions work, as well as contentious matters. Els de Wind and Marjolijn Lips head the group, with de Wind bringing 35 years of experience in litigation, works council and governance matters. Steven Sterk, who was promoted to partner in January 2021, has considerable experience in the healthcare and life sciences sector. Senior associate Cara Pronk advises on European and international employment law.