Stefan Sagel specialises in employment law and employee benefits. An important focus of his practice is litigation before the Supreme Court of the Netherlands, where he has represented companies, individual employees and trade unions in several landmark cases. He represents clients in individual and collective labour law matters, including dismissal, collective bargaining, transfer of undertaking, industrial action and co-determination.
Partner since 2007.
He was also appointed as Professor of Employment Law at Leiden University in 2013, where he obtained his PhD on ‘Summary dismissal for urgent cause’ in the same year.
Stefan is admitted to the Dutch Supreme Court Bar.
Stefan regularly publishes articles in professional journals and newspapers on different employment law issues.
He regularly lectures at events for fellow members of the judiciary, and on behalf of the Netherlands Bar Association.