Ms Beril Yayla Sapan > Gün + Partners > Istanbul, Turkey > Lawyer Profile

Gün + Partners
KORE SEHITLERI CAD 17
ZINCIRLIKUYU
34394 ISTANBUL
Turkey

Work Department

Employment
Dispute Management
Business Crimes and Anti-Corruption
Administrative, Tax and Regulatory

Position

Partner

Beril Yayla Sapan joined the firm in 2008 and became a partner in 2021. Her practice focuses on employment, dispute management, business crime and anti-corruption and administrative, tax and regulatory areas.

Beril advises on employment contracts and policies, confidentiality and restrictive covenants, collective bargaining agreements, employee related data protection, business immigration, terminations, collective redundancies, and settlement. She also represents clients in litigation relating to termination, employment related debts, mobbing and discrimination claims.

Beril handles high-profile commercial conflicts including those arising from unfair competition, distribution relationships and corporate structure along with complex debt collection proceedings. She successfully represents clients before the commercial and administrative courts.

She is also experienced in areas where commercial and criminal laws overlap and advises several multinational companies on white collar crime, compliance, and legal audits.

Languages

English, Turkish

Memberships

International Bar Association (IBA)
Istanbul Bar Association

Education

Galatasaray University, Economy Law, Faculty of Law, Istanbul (LL.M. 2012)
Bilkent University, Faculty of Law, Ankara (LL.B. 2008)

Lawyer Rankings

Turkey > Employment

(Rising stars)

Beril Yayla SapanGün + Partners

Gün + Partners covers the gamut of employment mandates, including litigation and advisory, restructurings, terminations, employment contracts, collective bargaining, and business immigration. Aysel Korkmaz Yatkın and managing associate Beril Yayla Sapan, who has experience in litigation relating to employment termination, employment-related debts, mobbing and discrimination claims, are the key names. Pelin Baysal left the firm