Simon advises and assists clients on various aspects of international employment (secondments, simultaneous employment, digital nomads, etc.) including business immigration, employment law and social security. Simon often works closely with other members of Ius Laboris on transnational projects and queries. Moreover, Simon gives advice on various day-to-day national HR issues and general employment law enquiries with an emphasis on working time and contingent workforce.

Simon is a regular contributor to legal journals and various HR magazines and speaks at internal and external seminars from time to time. 

Simon obtained his Master of Laws degree from the University of Ghent (UG) in 2015 and participated in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot during his master years. In 2016, he also obtained an additional master degree in social law at the French speaking University of Brussels (ULB). He has been a member of the Brussels Bar since 2016 and joined Claeys & Engels the same year.