Suciu I The Employment Law Firm
Area of responsibility: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia
Andreea Suciu is the Managing Partner of Suciu | The Employment Law Firm. The Employment Law Firm - founded by Andreea after holding the position of Head of Employment & Pensions at one of the most prestigious German law firms in Bucharest for almost 13 years - offers seamless service and implements solutions for the most complex and sophisticated employment law matters. Andreea’s experience encompasses many years of decision-making responsibilities in individual and collective employment matters for multinational companies. She is valued for the passion she puts into her work and especially for her capability of bringing innovative solutions.
Andreea earned a Master Degree (LL.M.) in South East European Law and European Integration at the Karl-Franzens University in Graz, Austria. She has also written numerous articles and guides on employment law (e.g. Littler Mendelson Guide to International Employment and Labor Law) and co-authored the employment law chapter to a manual on contracts.
Area of responsibility: Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, UK
James Davies is Divisional Managing Partner and Joint Head of the Employment, Immigration and Reward department at Lewis Silkin LLP, a UK law firm. James is recognised as a leading employment lawyer by a variety of legal guides including Chambers, The Legal 500 and The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers. James is on the Executive Committee of the global alliance of employment lawyers, Ius Laboris, and is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association Legislative and Policy committee. He is editor of Age Discrimination (published by Bloomsbury), an author of Partnership and Discrimination Law for Professional Partnerships (published by Legalease) and has been a monthly contributor to Management Today for over ten years.
Area of responsibility: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands
Paul Schreiner is Partner at Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH in Essen, Germany and heads the employment law practise. Luther is a large full service law firm employing more than 300 lawyers, more than 40 of them are specialized in employment law. Paul primarily deals with restructuring projects and collective disputes between employers and works councils. He also provides comprehensive advice on employment law issues including legal disputes in court procedures. Paul is a guest lecturer at the Ruhr Universität Bochum and author of numerous publications on labor law.
Kyriakides Georgopoulos Law Firm
Area of responsibility: Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain
Effie heads the employment law department of Kyriakides Georgopoulos Law Firm. She has also worked for a number of years in the legal department of the National Bank of Greece.
Her experience enables her to deal with complex and various labour issues, such as restructuring, transfer of undertakings on an international level, negotiating and conclusion of redundancy plans, cross border projects, pension plans, employee benefits, as well as immigration and data protection law issues.
Effie has handled a range of civil and commercial cases before all levels of the Greek courts and is an active labour law litigation lawyer. She also advises on general labour law issues of domestic and multinational companies.
Zef Even is partner at SteensmaEven in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. SteensmaEven is a boutique firm, specialised in employment, pension and privacy law. Zef has experience on all important areas of employment law, with a focus on collective employment law and on private international law. Zef earned a PhD on transnational collective labour agreements and is professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He is a board member of the Vereniging Arbeidsrecht Advocaten Nederland (VAAN), editor of leading employment law journals in the Netherlands and (co-)author of important employment law handbooks.
General Editor Academic Board
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Ruben Houweling is a professor of labour law at the Erasmus School of Law in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He earned a PhD in criminal law, but was appointed professor in employment law. Ruben has experience on all important areas of employment law. He is editor of multiple leading employment law journals in the Netherlands and (co-)author of important employment law handbooks. Ruben developed the interactive digital data bank (VAAN) AR Updates.nl and is general editor of the weekly online update.
University of Luxembourg
Luca Ratti is an associate professor of European and comparative labour law at the Faculty of of Law, Economics and Finance in Luxembourg. He earned a PhD in labour law from the University of Bologna, where he also served as Senior Researcher and Adjunct Professor in Labour Law and Social Security.
Together with Italian and European academics he has coordinated research projects and publications on personal damages, individual and collective dismissals, outsourcing, and the invalidity of employment contracts, making particular use of the comparative method. He is currently Principal Investigator in research projects funded by the Luxemburgish Fond National de la Recherche (FNR) and by the European Commission.
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Amber Zwanenburg is a lecturer of labour law at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. She is a PhD candidate on a topic of European employment law. Amber publishes in various law journals and participates in an EU-funded project on transnational employment within the transport sector in the EU.
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Jan-Pieter Vos is a labour law lecturer at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Prior to joining Erasmus University Rotterdam late 2017, he worked six years as a labour lawyer with various large Dutch law firms. He is a PhD candidate on a topic of European labour law. He regularly publishes in various law journals and serves as a co-author in a handbook on Dutch employment law.
The Editorial Board is assisted by a professional editor, Bradley Reynolds:
Bradley is a qualified solicitor (England and Wales). He has more than 20 years’ experience working in an editorial capacity for law publishing companies. He currently works as a freelance legal editor.