Mrs Judith Schulp > 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 and benefits law

Position

Lawyer, partner

Career

Judith Schulp specializes in the areas of employment termination law (collective and individual), reorganizations, dismissals (and buy-outs) of directors, corporate governance, fraud, employee co-determination, transfers of undertakings, disputes with shareholders and cross-border labor. Judith frequently advises on and handles disputes regarding co-determination and collective employment contracts. She regularly litigates before courts and arbitrators and is also an active mediator.

Judith does pro bono work for the IMC Weekend School, Valid Express and dance4life. In addition, she is a member of the board of representatives (college van afgevaardigden) of The Netherlands Bar (Nederlandse orde van advocaten (NOvA)), a board member of the Amsterdam Grachtenfestival, and a supervisory board member of VluchtelingenWerk Nederland and Koninklijk Theater Carré. Judith speaks often at seminars, publishes regularly and is a co-author of Vademecum Burgerlijk Procesrecht Arbeidszaken, a handbook on civil procedural law in employment cases.

Languages

Dutch, English

Memberships

Judith does pro bono work for the IMC Weekend School, Valid Express and dance4life. In addition, she is a member of the board of representatives (college van afgevaardigden) of The Netherlands Bar (Nederlandse orde van advocaten (NOvA)), a board member of the Amsterdam Grachtenfestival, and a supervisory board member of VluchtelingenWerk Nederland and Koninklijk Theater Carré. Judith speaks often at seminars, publishes regularly and is a co-author of Vademecum Burgerlijk Procesrecht Arbeidszaken, a handbook on civil procedural law in employment cases.

Education

Judith has been with Lexence since 2008. She started her career as an M&A lawyer and switched to employment law in 1997. Judith was admitted to the Dutch Bar in 1994.

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Employment

Lexence handles a broad scope of employment law matters under the leadership of four partners. Mark Keuss focuses on collective dismissal procedures and forensic inquiries into misconduct. The ‘patient and meticulousFloor Damen advises organisations on collective and individual dismissals, TUPE and employee co-determination. Judith Schulp is adept at handling M&A-related employment matters, including restructuring and harmonisation of employment conditions. Frank ter Huurne litigates and advises on non-compete clauses, the transfer of business enterprises and the termination of employment agreements of directors.