Dutch government will postpone the cuts to the 30% reimbursement ruling (the ‘30% ruling’) for two years. In other words: those employees receiving the tax benefit and who would have lost it in 2019, will continue to receive it until 2021, when the duration of the benefit will be cut from eight to five years.Read more
L&A lawyers focuses exclusively on employment law and public service law. All the lawyers have expert knowledge of and a wealth of experience in all aspects of employment law.
L&A’s lawyers furthermore have one or more specific specialist areas.
L&A lawyers mainly advises employers, managing directors, employees in the higher sector and works councils. Our business-like and flexible approach gives rise to practical, custom-made solutions. L&A has a wide network of niche firms in and outside the employment law sector, also in the fields of pension law, tax law and corporate law. Our clients chose L&A for its expertise, practical approach and wide network.
Although we prefer speedy and practical solutions, litigation naturally also forms an important part of our practice.
L&A’s lawyers have very broad litigation experience, both in the first instance and on appeal.
L&A’s team of lawyers currently consists of six lawyers who have established an excellent track record in the top sector of Dutch and international law firms. We favour a sound and efficient approach, leading to practical, custom-made solutions. The team members have expert knowledge of and experience with all aspects of employment law. They furthermore have one or more specific specialist areas.
An employer has a duty of care and to inform about pension benefits. On March 27, 2017, the Amsterdam court addresses the scope of this duty of care. This duty does not include an obligation for the employer to actively inform employees about individual consequences of their pension choices.