Jeroen Oskam specialises in employment law, and he provides advice and litigates in relation to all aspects of this field of law. Whether it involves drawing up terms of employment or equity participation agreements, dismissal cases or business and other restructuring for national and international employers, he is familiar with all markets within this field of law.
For instance, Jeroen helps directors conduct negotiations concerning terms of employment but also to secure an appropriate severance arrangement. In addition, Jeroen also represents employees in disputes with their employers, amongst other things, in relation to sickness or impending dismissal.
Apart from employment law, Jeroen specialises in drafting commercial contracts and conducting legal proceedings involving trade law disputes. He has had years of experience of this in various sectors, such as the software, data, privacy and marketing sectors.
Jeroen attaches great importance to maintaining a sustainable, trusting relationship with his clients. He is accessible, provides pragmatic advice, and maintains contact with all parties. For instance, he ensures that problems are avoided or are acknowledged and addressed in a timely fashion.
At the same time Jeroen is a tough negotiator and a resolute litigation lawyer. Unfortunately, not every problem lends itself to an elegant solution. Jeroen is capable of acting decisively and of taking any action that is required to achieve an optimum outcome.
Jeroen has been acting as a lawyer since 2004. He is a member of the Association of employment Law Practitioners [Vereniging voor Arbeidsrechtadvocaten] (VAAN), has successfully completed a postgraduate course in employment law [Postacademische Leergang Arbeidsrecht] (PALA), and is registered with the Netherlands Bar Association [Nederlandse Orde van Advocaten] (NOVA).
If you have any questions or would like to know whether Jeroen could be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact him for an introduction or an exploratory discussion free of charge and obligation.
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