Sanne van Ruitenbeek:

You learn to get to know each other well by working together for a long period, which is of course a key advantage when advising

'We aim to achieve positive results for you as our client, and do not merely strive for legal victories. We put ourselves in your shoes and function as your sparring partner. We dare to give you advice, and to take responsibility for your needs. In this way, we provide our clients with a direction.'

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Sanne van Ruitenbeek

Attorney-at-Law - Amsterdam

Sanne van Ruitenbeek is a lawyer and co-owner of Pallas Employment Lawyers.

She is specialised in employment law and advises and litigates on various matters of employment law. Sanne represents companies and private individuals in dismissal cases (including mass redundancies), employee participation issues, employment agreements, restructuring and disputes relating to mergers and acquisitions.

In addition, Sanne particularly focuses on international employment law and expats. She began her career as a lawyer in 2006 at a major international law firm.
In 2010, Sanne successfully completed the specialist course in Employment Law at the Grotius Academy.

Sanne is a member of:

  • the Dutch Bar Association,
  • the Employment Law Association (VVA),
  • the Amsterdam Employment Lawyers Association (VAAA),
  • the Dutch Employment Lawyers Association (VAAN);
  • the Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (AIJA).

Sanne wrote a number of publications and regularly gives presentations in the field of employment law. Sanne is a lecturer in International Employment Law at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam and gave guest lectures at Hogeschool Utrecht and the VU Amsterdam.

Apart from her work as a lawyer, Sanne is an advisor to Stichting Wetwinkel Amsterdam.

Sanne van Ruitenbeek registered the following areas of law in the register of disciplines of the Dutch Bar Association:

  • Employment law
    • Mass redundancy
    • International employment law
    • Employee participation

This registration implies that ten continuing education credits must be obtained for every area of law registered, according to the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.

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