Mr Floor Damen > Lexence > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Lexence
AMSTEVEENSEWEG 500
1081 KL AMSTERDAM
PO BOX 75999 1070 AZ AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
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Work Department

Employment law.

Position

Lawyer, partner.

Career

Floor Damen advises companies and other organizations on collective and individual dismissals, transfers of undertakings and employee co-determination. An important part of his collective reorganizations practice includes negotiating with trade organizations on social plans, consulting with works councils and selecting employees for redundancy in accordance with the ‘age distribution principle’ (afspiegelingsbeginsel). Together with Mark Keuss, he heads Lexence’s reorganization practice.

Floor publishes regularly and lectures at Rotterdam School of Management on reorganizations and employee co-determination. He is also a visiting lecturer in the combined master’s program in employment law of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Languages

Dutch, English.

Memberships

Floor publishes regularly and lectures at Rotterdam School of Management on reorganizations and employee co-determination. He is also a visiting lecturer in the combined master’s program in employment law of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Education

Floor has been with Lexence since 2006. He studied law at Universiteit Utrecht, and completed the postgraduate program in employment law at Universiteit van Amsterdam. Floor was admitted to the Dutch Bar in 2000.

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Employment

(Leading individuals)

Floor DamenLexence

Lexence provides a wide range of employment law services, including advice on restructuring, collective labour agreements and strikes, and internal investigations. The firm is also highly active in contentious matters, representing clients in disputes concerning dismissal, discrimination, and wages among others. ‘Driven and solution-oriented‘ professional Floor Damen is a key figure within the team, focusing on issues arising from restructuring such as transfer of undertakings, and both collective and individual dismissals. Esther van der Meulen and Jordi Rosendahl both made partner in 2019.