Employment law & reorganisation
Windt Le Grand Leeuwenburgh will successfully guide you through complex employment law processes including: restructuring, staff redeployment, the acquisition or transfer of business activities and related employee participation issues. In conjunction with our clients, our labour law specialists create the new, state-of-the-art solutions that are needed in a modern - digital and cross-border - economy characterised by rapid change and flexibility.
Our combination of passion, high-quality professional knowledge, expertise and experience is apparent in our handling of highly complex court proceedings. We have achieved numerous, successful results for our clients in leading cases involving employee participation (works councils), dismissal (collective and individual), collective agreements and pensions (including operating margin provisions), fraud, directors‘ remuneration, intimidation and governance.
"Team members are highly skilled and are clearly enjoying working together and complement each other" - Legal 500, 2020.
Advising and assisting a large construction company on new contracts and working relations with independent contractors (so-called zzp’ers).
Advising the board of a large secondary school in various matters, including the Wet normering topinkomens (WNT), the (Standards for Remuneration) Act.
Representing and assisting a multinational chemical company during collective actions and strikes initiated on behalf of the trade unions, during the negotiation for a new collective labour agreement.
Successfully assisting an IT-company against several claims related to non-compete.
Advising and assisting a large retail group on the dismissal of a board member, including the settlement of claims based on a shareholders’ plan.
Assisting a stevedoring and warehousing company on various matters related to its alcohol and drugs policy, including summary dismissal.
Assisting a large IT-company on various company acquisitions and related matters such as pensions, collective labour agreements and independent contracts.
Advising and assisting an international employment agency on international employment matters related to employment agency sector and coordinating various international employment projects.
Successfully defended a large accredited inspection and certification organisation in summary proceedings before the district court, against several claims filed by one of its competitors based on non-compete clauses of former employees.
Succesfully represented an industry-level pension fund in a dispute about the obligatory membership of its pension fund.