As an employment lawyer, Marleen has extensive experience in providing strategic advice and guidance to (international) companies dealing with reorganisations, dismissals and employee participation processes.
Marleen is an experienced negotiator. Her working style is personal, pragmatic and above all, result-oriented.
In addition to her work as a lawyer, Marleen regularly speaks and writes about a wide range of employment law issues.
Marleen has registered employment law as her main practice area, and collective dismissal, international employment law and employee participation as sub-practice areas with the Dutch Bar Association. On the basis of this registration, she is obliged to earn ten training points per calendar year in this main practice area, in accordance with the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.
Marleen studied law at the University of Utrecht and the University of Wales and has completed the Grotius postgraduate specialisation course in Employment Law (cum-laude).
Marleen is, among others, a member of the “Vereniging Arbeidsrecht Advocaten Nederland” (VAAN) and the Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (AIJA).
She is particularly interested in companies involved in corporate social responsibility.