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Philippe advises and assists Belgian and international corporations as well as senior executives in non-contentious and contentious employment matters across various sectors from ICT and automotive to hotels and chemicals. He has particular expertise in the employment, social security and pensions aspects of mergers and acquisitions and workforce restructuring.
As an experienced litigator, Philippe represents clients in a wide range of employment and social security disputes.
Having worked for both Belgian and international law firms, Philippe has considerable experience of cross-border employment situations.
Philippe is a regular seminar speaker and regularly publishes articles on employment law-related topics. He is a member of the International Bar Association; the ‘Vereniging Sociaal Recht’, the ‘Vereniging van Praktijkjuristen in Sociaal Recht’ and the European Employment Lawyers Association.
De Arbeidsrelatiewet: 5 jaar rechtspraak”, Oriëntatie 2012, p. 179 – 192. (with S. Diels and M-A. Staar).
“Aandachts- en actiepunten voor het bestuur van een onderneming bij dreigende insolventie”, DAOR 2010, p. 105. (with B. De Moor, S. Diels and V. Van Steenkiste).
Fluent in Dutch, French, English and German.