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Bird & Bird LLP

ZUID-HOLLANDPLEIN 22, 2596 AW DEN HAAG, NETHERLANDS
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Work +31 70 353 8800
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Bird & Bird LLP, Marcus Huisman, The Hague, NETHERLANDS

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Marcus Huisman

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Work +31 (0)70 353 8885
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Bird & Bird LLP

Work Department

Employment, Telecoms, Media and entertainment.

Position

Marcus has been managing partner of Bird & Bird in The Hague since 2015. He is a partner in the International HR Services Practice. He advises and litigates on the full spectrum of employment-related matters and focuses particularly on corporate employment law. With over 20 years of experience, Marcus often provides strategic advice on corporate restructurings, disciplinary procedures and management issues, such as the dismissal and reward of board members and executives. In addition, Marcus is particularly experienced in advising on complex employees' representation issues and litigation, including litigation at the Amsterdam Entrepreneurial Chamber. Marcus' client base includes multinationals, educational institutions and health care institutions, as well as works councils and board members.

Career

Marcus started his legal career as an employment lawyer in 1995. He joined Bird & Bird in 2013. He regularly speaks at client seminars.

Languages

Dutch and English

Member

Marcus is a member of the Rotterdam Employment Lawyers Association and the Association of Employment Law.

Education

Marcus has a degree in Private and Company Law from the University of Groningen. Marcus also studied company law at the University of Göttingen in Germany. Marcus was admitted to the bar in 1995.


Netherlands

Employment

Within: Employment

With particularly deep expertise in the pharmaceutical, IT, media and tobacco industries, Bird & Bird LLP’s ‘client-friendly’ department is led by the ‘outstandingPhilip Hartman; clients ‘wonder if he ever sleeps’. The team is noted for its ‘enormous experience in pan-European matters’; Hartman conducts all Teva’s European employment matters. ‘Personable expertMarcus Huisman provides ‘custom-made counsel’.

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