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Greenberg Traurig Amsterdam Team Authors Chapter in 2021 Chambers Global Practice Guide on Outsourcing

AMSTERDAM – 09 November 2021Greenberg Traurig, LLP Amsterdam shareholders Herald Jongen and Thomas Timmermans and associates Nienke Bernard and Eduard Stein authored the Netherlands Law & Practice and Trends & Developments chapter in the 2021 Chambers Global Practice Guide on Outsourcing.

Jongen is recognized as a Band 1 lawyer in Chambers Europe for Technology, Media, and Telecom (TMT): Information Technology (IT) & IT Outsourcing in the Netherlands. In the guide, a client is quoted by the publisher as saying that Jongen is “incredibly experienced” and "able to quickly analyse complex issues" and appreciates that he is "result-oriented in a pleasant and constructive manner".

Timmermans advises and represents clients across a broad range of employment and employee benefits issues. He has particular knowledge and experience in the field of outsourcing, transfer of undertakings in light of the European Union Acquired Rights Directive (ARD) and works council consultation procedures.

The 2021 Chambers Global Practice Guide on Outsourcing covers 13 jurisdictions. The guide provides the latest legal information on IT outsourcing; business process outsourcing; legal and regulatory restrictions on outsourcing; industry-specific restrictions; legal or regulatory restrictions on data processing or data security; contract models; contract terms, including customer protections and liability; human resources issues; and asset transfer terms.

Chambers’ Global Practice Guides provide legal commentary on key issues for businesses and discusses important developments in the most significant jurisdictions. For each guide, Chambers and Partners selects contributing editors who are ranked in the relevant Chambers Guides as the best in their field.

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