Lisa van den Goorbergh
Lisa van den Goorbergh has been working as a paralegal at Palthe Oberman since September 2018. She has been admitted to the Amsterdam Bar in May 2019. Lisa is involved in all aspects of employment law. She has a special interest in employee participation and has also graduated on that subject. Her thesis focused on the differences in employee participation between the works council and the university council (the highest representative body of the university).
During her studies, Lisa herself was also active in the university council where she represented the interests of the students. Lisa has also been involved as a paralegal at a large law firm in setting up complex employee participation structures in the education and childcare sector.
Lisa graduated from the University of Amsterdam in January 2018, where she followed a specialized master in employment law (master track employment & corporate law). During and after her studies, Lisa did internships at various law firms, after which she chose to join Palthe Oberman.
- employment law
- Changes in employment law with effect from 1 January 2020: the “chain rule”
- Brexit and the consequences for employers and employees
- Standards for Remuneration Act maximisation and granting of both transition payment and fair remuneration
- Changes in employment law from 1 January 2019 onwards and outlook
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L&E Global Employment Law Tracker June 2020
Palthe Oberman is pleased to present you with the most recent Employment Law Tracker consisting of employment law updates of all firms connected to the L&E Global Network for June 2020.
Second Temporary Emergency Measure Bridging to preserve Employment announced: NOW 2.0
NOW 2.0 entered into force on June 26, 2020. Applications can be made in the period from July 6, 2020 to August 31, 2020. In this news item, we discuss the main elements in outline.
New legislation as of 1 July: additional birth leave for partners
From July 1, 2020, partners can take a total of 5 weeks of additional birth leave in the first six months after birth, with entitlement to a benefit of 70% of the salary. This is part of the WIEG Act that had already entered into force on 1 January 2019. This is in addition to the right that a partner can take leave during the first 5 days (on a full-time basis) after birth, while retaining the full salary. Below we would like to list the leave options for partners at birth. A partner with a workload of 40 hours per week is assumed.
Reimagining Employment Law In the Era of the Coronavirus
We are pleased to present you with the L&E Global’s weekly client circular, Reimagining Employment Law In the Era of the Coronavirus, bringing you the latest insights on the COVID-19 crisis and related employment law developments from across the globe.