Martine advises and litigates on behalf of national and international companies with respect to (proposed) Dutch operations and labour law issues:
- global mobility
- service agreements
- employment agreements
- employee manuals, Codes of Conduct
- (international) postings
- redundancies and individual terminations
- collective bargaining agreements
- employee consultation and co-determination matters
- transfer of undertakings (TUPE)
- competition, post termination restrictions, competition / confidentiality obligations
- recruitment and onboarding
- illness of employees
- employee bonus schemes and other
- uneaqual treatment, diversity and inclusion
- management agreements
- agency agreements, etc.
Martine has been a lawyer since 1999. Before co-founding Doorn en Keizer together with Wietje de Muick Keizer, she previously worked at Barents Krans and VMW Taxand.
Martine Hoogendoorn is an honorary member of the Association International des Jeunes Avocats (AIJA), she was President of the Labour Law Commission and member of various management commissions.
Martine is an active member of Legalmondo, a global platform of international oriented lawyers with experience and expertise in various areas of law (Legalmondo.com). She is an active member of the American Bar Association, Section of International law (ABA-SIL), in the International Employment Committee.
Other activities and Publications
Martine also regularly gives presentations, in-house training and speaks at seminars. Martine blogs regularly on relevant labour and employment topics and provides various annual or bi-annual contributions to labour law guides.
Martine Hoogendoorn has registered in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister) employment law as her principal legal practice area.
Based on this registration, she is required to obtain at least ten training credits out of the total credits per calendar year in her registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.