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Hanneke van Andel

Attorney-at-law (Partner)

+31 (0)20 620 22 88
Dutch, English

Working areas

Employment Law

About Hanneke van Andel

Is engaged in all aspects of employment law. She advises and litigates in the field of collective and individual employment law (including the dismissal of statutory directors), co-determination law and employment law aspects of mergers and acquisitions. She has extensive experience in (assisting employers with) reorganisations and drafting applications for permission from the UWV. Also regularly deals with complex dismissal cases, absenteeism and improper performance.

Areas of focus

Individual and collective dismissal law

Reorganisations and social plan

Working conditions and terms of employment (including working from home and flexitime)

Employee participation

Sickness, reintegration and WIA applications (or objections)

Dysfunctional files

Assignment and management agreements


Bergh Stoop & Sanders (2014 – today)

Loyens & Loeff (2010 – 2013)


Postgraduate Course in Employment Law Erasmus University Rotterdam (2016)

Law Firm School (2012)

Vocational Training for the Legal Profession (2011)

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (2010; cum laude)

Personal/ additional functions

Member of the Association of Employment Lawyers of the Netherlands (VAAN)

Several employment law publications in magazine ArbeidsRecht

Various initiatives and activities for the area Landelijk Noord

Register of jurisdictions

Hanneke has registered the legal area Employment Law in the Register of Legal Areas of the Dutch Bar Association. This registration obliges her to obtain ten training points in this registered area of law every calendar year in accordance with the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.

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