Who's Who Legal 2018: Labour & Employment

19 Jul 2018

WWL website.PNG Who’s Who Legal: Labour & Employment 2018 is an in-depth guide to the world's leading labour and employment lawyers around the world.


Widely regarded as one of Europe’s premier employment law firms, with sources calling it a “top-tier firm with solid lawyers”. Eighteen practitioners are recognised this year.

The “prompt, practical and business-focusedChris Engels is recognised as one of the foremost figures in employment law. He draws high praise for his work in dismissal law and labour matters across Europe, with sources highlighting his “invaluable willingness to offer a view on risks and a real opinion on what to do”.
Sophie Maes is a national leader with a superb practice. She is also recognised for her international expertise, with sources commenting, “Sophie is the go-to person on global mobility and immigration issues in the context of employment law in Belgium and beyond.
Olivier Wouters is a market authority on collective bargaining, company reorganisation and dismissals and is frequently instructed for his expertise in such matters. He wins plaudits as a “very helpful counsel who is always making himself available at short notice and has a very good knowledge of how our company works”.
The highly respected Olivier Debray regularly advises national and multinational entities on labour law, social security and compliance matters.
Jean-Paul Lacomble is a go-to name on business restructuring and transfer of undertakings. He is well respected across Europe for his in-depth expertise.
Inger Verhelst receives praise for her work on collective and individual labour issues and is recognised as “an expert in discrimination matters and mobbing”.
Bart Vanschoebeke ’s expertise spans the gamut of employment matters including contracts, dismissals, social security and restructuring on a European level. He is widely known and well respected within the international market, receiving nominations from peers around the world.
Bart Adriaens is a leading name in labour and social security law. He advises employers who are subject to investigations and has an in-depth knowledge of European labour inspectorates.
Dieter Dejonghe is widely known as a top-notch employment and labour lawyer on both civil and criminal matters. His expertise includes restructuring, dismissal, contracts and discrimination matters.

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