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Dentons Boekel

GUSTAV MAHLERPLEIN 2 1082 MA, PO BOX 75510, 1070 AM AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Dentons Boekel, Epke Spijkerman, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Epke Spijkerman

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Dentons UK & Middle East LLP

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Employment law

Position

Epke Spijkerman is a partner in the Employment and Labor practice in Amsterdam. He advises a diverse array of national and international companies, including publicly listed multinationals on employment law. Epke has many years of experience in advising and litigating on collective redundancies, individual dismissals, collective bargaining agreements, works council matters, mergers and acquisitions, transfers of undertakings, employment agreements and non-competition clauses.

Epke has completed his postgraduate diploma in Dutch employment law. His articles appear in publications and newsletters, and he hosts a range of talks and seminars. He also is a lecturer at several lawyer training institutions.

Member

Epke is a member of the following associations: European Employment Lawyers Association, Association of Dutch Employment Law Lawyers, Association of Amsterdam based Employment Law Lawyers, Employment Law Association, and the Sport & Law Association.

Education

Epke has completed the postgraduate course in Dutch employment law.


Netherlands

Employment

Within: Employment

The team at Dentons Boekel frequently handles transactional and outsourcing-related employment matters, as well as contentious work arising from employment termination, non-compete clauses and industrial action. ‘Extremely effective, responsive and practical’ department head Eugenie Nunes is ‘particularly good at dispute resolution’; Epke Spijkerman is also recommended. Clients include Tech Mahindra, McArthurGlen and CBRE Global Workplace Solutions.

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