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Eversheds Sutherlands (Netherlands) B.V.

BAHIALAAN 400, 3065 WC ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 10 248 8000
Fax:
Fax +31 10 248 8099
Email:
Web:
https://www.eversheds-sutherland.nl
Eversheds Sutherlands (Netherlands) B.V., Simon Tan, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Simon Tan

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Eversheds Sutherland

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Simon joined Nauta Dutilh in 1996 and was with the firm for 10 years prior to joining Eversheds as an Employment and labour partner in Rotterdam.

Simon has extensive employment law experience.

Simon is a member of the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA).

Recent experience:

  • Assisting a listed Dutch company in connection with a claim of over 200 employees concerning the execution of a collective agreement.
  • Assisting a wide variety of (Dutch) Family Firms with the remuneration policies of the Top Management Teams.
  • Acting on behalf of the municipality of Rotterdam in a dispute with a great number of employees of the RET.
  • Assisting directors and senior managers of (listed) Dutch companies in individual dismissal procedures.

Simon has been highly recommended by the PLC Directory for many years in succession. Simon is also recommended in the 2011 edition of Chambers:

"Simon Tan is admired for his style in dispute resolution. He understands our culture, our need to avoid litigation and come to a satisfactory agreement," said a client. "He plans the right strategy, and gives a good, clear opinion on our chances of success."

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Simon begon zijn carrière in 1996 bij Nauta Dutilh. Sinds 2006 is hij als partner bij Eversheds in Rotterdam werkzaam op het gebied van Arbeidsrecht en Medezeggenschapsrecht.

Simon kan bogen op zeer ruime ervaring.

Simon is lid van de vereniging van arbeidsrechtadvocaten Nederland VAAN en de Europese arbeidsrechtorganisatie EELA.

Recente zaken:

  • Begeleiding van een beursgenoteerde Nederlandse vennootschap in verband met een claim van meer dan 200 werknemers over de uitvoering van de CAO.
  • Begeleiding van diverse (Nederlandse) familiebedrijven in verband met de arbeidsvoorwaarden voor het management.
  • Begeleiding van de gemeente Rotterdam in een geschil met een groot aantal medewerkers van de RET.
  • Begeleiding van een groot aantal directeuren en senior managers van diverse (beursgenoteerde) Nederlandse vennootschappen in verband met hun ontslag.

In het PLC Handboek wordt Simon al jaren aanbevolen. Daarnaast beveelt ook de Chambers Simon aan:

"Simon Tan is admired for his style in dispute resolution. He understands our culture, our need to avoid litigation and come to a satisfactory agreement," zei een cliënt. "He plans the right strategy, and gives a good, clear opinion on our chances of success."

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Position

Partner

Languages

Dutch and English


Netherlands

Employment

Within: Employment

The ‘proactive, first-rate’ team at Eversheds Sutherlands (Netherlands) B.V. is ‘solution-oriented’ while being ‘cognisant of the human element’ of employment matters. Wijnand Blom successfully represented A.O. Smith in a pension liability matter. The ‘accurate, hands-on’ Ingrid van Berkel is ‘an empathetic listener who provides sound advice’; the ‘very knowledgeable, astuteSimon Tan heads the group.

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