I am Dieter Demuynck Employment and Benefits specialist

Dieter Demuynck

Dieter provides advice and assistance across his areas of specialism, working closely with clients to achieve their ambitions. 

Specialising in both individual and collective employment law, Dieter often deals with cases relating to dismissals in the public and private sector. He also handles matters regarding transfer of undertaking and domestic and international social security law. Furthermore, he is regularly called upon to intervene in litigation relating to sports law.

Further to his practical experience, Dieter is a frequent speaker at seminars where he addresses recent developments in employment law, sports law and various topics on contractual employees in the public sector, civil servants and privacy rights of employees.

Dieter was an academic assistant in the employment law section of the University of Ghent (UGent). Since the 2011-2012 academic year, he has been a voluntary scientific collaborator at the same university.

He has a master’s in law from University of Ghent (UGent) (2004), a complementary master degree in social law from the University of Brussels (ULB) (2005) and an LL.M. at the University of Melbourne (2007).

  • Languages: Dutch, French, English
  • Admitted to the Brussels Bar: 2007

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