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AMSTEVEENSEWEG 500, 1081 KL AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 75999 1070 AZ AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 20 573 6736
Fax:
Fax +31 20 573 6737
Email:
Web:
www.lexence.com
Lexence, Frank ter Huurne, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Frank ter Huurne

Tel:
Work +31 (0)20 5736 848
Email:
Lexence

Work Department

Employment and benefits law, fraud, sports law

Position

Lawyer, partner

Career

Frank ter Huurne advises and handles litigation in every important field of employment law (primarily employment termination law). His practice is focused on ‘high impact’ termination cases. He also has a special interest in research into and the forensics of fraud, and in its consequences for employment law. Frank’s clients include larger private employers, ranging from non-profit organizations to listed companies.
 
Frank concentrates on a limited number of sectors:
- services (consultancy and healthcare);
- industry (ICT, mechanical and electrical engineering and food); and
- sport.
 
Frank is a permanent instructor at Sdu and regularly publishes in academic journals, in particular on the topics of fraud and behavior which oversteps moral standards.

Languages

Dutch, English

Member

Frank is a member of the European Employment Lawyers (EELA), the Dutch Employment Law Association (VAAN), the Employment Law Association and the Association of Sports and Law.

Education

Frank read Dutch law at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and completed the postgraduate studies in Employment law at the Grotius Academie. Frank was admitted to the Bar in 2003.


Netherlands

Employment

Within: Employment

Providing ‘quick, accurate, to-the-point’ advice, Lexence’s team is headed by Judith Schulp and Mark Keuss, who specialises in collective dismissals and misconduct inquiries. The practice handles all kinds of employment work, including acting for works councils. Frank ter Huurne is ‘knowledgeable, reliable, down-to-earth and sensitive to business considerations’; Floor Damen is recommended for collective redundancies. Annejet Balm made partner in January 2017.

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