Helene Maks

Helene Maks

Helene’s key specialism is employment law. She’s responsible for know-how management and legal support within the Employment, Pensions & Incentives practice group.

Helene has an LL.M in Constitutional and Administrative law from the University of Leiden and an LL.M in Employment law (cum laude) from the UvA University of Amsterdam.

She is also a regular author of alerts on co-determination law for the Employment Law Practice Journal (TAP). Furthermore, Helene is responsible for keeping all legal knowledge regarding the Dutch new dismissal laws and the gig economy up-to-date. This is shared on MyStibbe.

  • Languages: Dutch, English

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