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Eugenie Nunes

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Eugenie Nunes became a lawyer in 1992 and has been a partner in Dentons Boekel’s (formerly Boekel) Employment and Labor practice group since 2005. She focuses on employment law and employee participation. In her practice, she concentrates on legal project management in outsourcing and transfers of undertakings, HR compliance, reorganizations and cross-border employment. She also advises clients on the employment aspects of mergers and acquisitions. She is also regularly involved in advising in disputes on employee participation and collective bargaining agreements.

Eugenie is a substitute-judge at the District Court in The Hague (cantonal division). She also manages the cross-border Employment and Labor team at Dentons Boekel.

She has various publications to her name in the field of cross-border employment and employee participation, including the "Chronicle of employee participation". Eugenie regularly gives presentations at the International Bar Association and lectures at various educational institutes. Furthermore, she gives lectures on employee participation and cross-border employment within the framework of the conference activities of SDU, Kluwer Education and Euroforum.


Dutch, English, French.


Eugenie is a substitute-judge at the District Court inThe Hague (cantonal division). She has various publications to her name in the field of cross-border employment and employees' participation. She recently published the "Chronicle employees' participation 2011". Eugenie manages the Cross-Border Employment Group at Boekel and lectures at various educational institutes.


University of Utrecht, University of Paris, admitted 1992.


Banking and finance: Borrower side

Within: Banking and finance: Borrower side

Dentons Boekel strengthened its capabilities by hiring Marcel Janssen and a team of four associates from Baker McKenzie  in October 2017. Practice co-head Janssen and Eugenie Nunes advised KKR on its approximately €6.8bn financing to acquire the spreads business of Unilvever. Fellow practice head Jeroen den Hamer is assisting Aroundtown with its €56m financing of four properties for one of its portfolios. Senior associate Jack Schrijver is another name to note in the 'committed' team.

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Dentons Boekel's 'client-oriented and knowledgeable' team is led by the 'exceptional' Eugenie Nunes who is valued for her 'pragmatic, realistic advice and for being particularly effective at resolving disputes'. Epke Spijkerman co-heads the team and senior associate Sascha Kuit are also noted team members. The scope of its work takes in the employment and labour relations issues associated with acquisitions, reorganisations and in- and outsourcing projects and HR compliance generally. Following advising KKR on its acquisition of the spreads business of Unilever, the employment team advised on all the employment issues that arose.

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