Joost Verlaan

Joost Verlaan

Senior Associate

Dutch - English

Joost Verlaan has been employed as lawyer as of 2015. As of October 2017 Joost joined the law firm of Bronsgeest Deur Advocaten. Joost studied law at the University of Tilburg, where he completed his Masters’ degree in Dutch law (track private law) in 2015. Following the completion of his degree he started his career as a lawyer at an Amsterdam law firm, focussing on issues related to Employment, Corporate and Sports Law.

In 2019 he completed a post-graduate course on employment law at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Joost is a board member of the Association of Young Employment Lawyers (VJAA) and is a member of the Association for Employment Lawyers in the Netherlands (VAAN) and the Association Sports and Law VSR (VSR).

Joost specializes in all aspects of employment law including collective and individual dismissals, co-determination rights, collective bargaining agreements, equal treatment, senior management etc. Additionally, Joost has a specific focus on Sports law.

Insights by Joost Verlaan
The ill employee: the difference between wage suspension and wage stop
20 Oct 2022 | Read more
Webinar 'Blik op de Toekomst'
27 Jan 2022 | Read more
Minder thuiswerken vanaf 26 juni
21 Jun 2021 | Read more
How will the final subsidy for NOW 1.0 be determined?
10 Sep 2020 | Read more
Q&A coronavirus for employers
04 Jun 2020 | Read more
Compensatieregeling langdurig zieken nu open
01 Apr 2020 | Read more
Aanpak coronavirus: een handleiding voor werkgevers in Nederland
28 Feb 2020 | Read more
Hoge Raad: einde aan het ‘slapende dienstverband’?
08 Nov 2019 | Read more
Working in warm weather: is the employer obliged to take measures?
22 Jul 2019 | Read more
Extension parental leave for partners one step closer
28 Sep 2018 | Read more
New UWV implementing rules dismissal
13 Aug 2018 | Read more
The resolutive condition in the employment agreement and the entitlement/right to the transition payment
09 Aug 2018 | Read more
Review of the European Posting of Workers Directive one step closer
06 Nov 2017 | Read more