Legal services in the (semi)public domain is a whole different ballgame. The legal status and employment terms of employees working for governmental and educational institutions have traditionally been different from those of employees in the commercial world. Our lawyers have knowledge of the terms of employment and specific legal status of employees working for (semi)government and educational institutions. In addition, our lawyers have a keen eye for the political, administrative and social aspects that the special position of institutions in the (semi)public domain entails.
In 2020, the civil servant status has been abandoned and most civil servants (including those in public education) have become ‘ordinary’ employees. We are well-versed in these changes and we can make you familiar with the ‘new’ labour law.
We are proud to be able to count a number of (well-known but also less-known) non-profit institutions (ANBIs) among our clientele.
We advise them in all possible areas of law and on numerous subjects, such as articles of association, internal (complaint)regulations and associated procedures, but also on collaborations with other organisations, privacy aspects, etc.
We also have extensive experience with the subject of directors’ and officers’ liability. The lawyers involved in this sector team regularly act as speakers on this subject.
As far as the tax aspects of the ANBI status are concerned, we work closely together with external specialists who have extensive experience in this area.