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JACHTHAVENWEG 121, 1081 KM AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 75265, 1070 AG AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 20 6789 123
Fax:
Fax +31 20 795 4589
Email:
Web:
www.vandoorne.com
Van Doorne, Cara Pronk, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Cara Pronk

Tel:
Work +31 (0)20 6789 503
Email:
Web:
www.vandoorne.com/en/specialists/cara-pronk/
Van Doorne

Work Department

Employment & Pension

Position

Within the International Employment Law team Cara specialises in cross-border employment, collective and individual redundancies, mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing, flex workers and European employee representation.

Career

In 2005 she received a degree in European law, Dutch law and comparative law in Maastricht. Cara also successfully completed the post-graduate programme on employment law (PALA).

Languages

Dutch, English

Member

Cara is a member of the Employment Law Association, the Association of Specialist Employment Lawyers (VAAN), the Employment and Industrial Relations Law Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA) and the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA). 


Netherlands

Employment

Within: Employment

'Top quality and well resourced', the Van Doorne team is also highlighted for its 'thorough knowledge of cross-border jurisdictional issues'. Els de Wind is highly rated for her 'remarkable long-standing experience in handling cross-border employment matters' and her profile in the profession further 'distinguishes her and gives her an enhanced and valuable quality'. Marjolijn Lips co-heads the team with de Wind and 'trusted and valued' senior associate Cara Pronk is marked out as 'a rising professional in employment cross-border matters'. Willemien Bischot and Steven Sterk are also key team members and Albert van Marwijk Kooy continues to advise on pension issues. In addition to advising on large-scale reorganisations, it advises on high-level dismissals, works council and union issues.

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