INGE DE LAAT

Managing Partner

Besides being a specialist in employment law (specifically corporate employment law), Inge is also the Managing Partner of Rutgers & Posch. Inge advises domestic and international companies and their boards on matters such as collective layoffs, individual dismissals, remuneration policies, privacy issues and the employment-law aspects of mergers and acquisitions. She also represents her clients in court. Inge furthermore assists management and works councils in complex advisory processes, such as mergers and acquisitions and reorganisations. Inge’s extensive experience includes the healthcare, media and financial sectors.

Before she joined Rutgers & Posch in 2015, Inge was a partner at Kennedy Van der Laan. Inge served on the Council of Supervision of the Amsterdam Bar until the end of 2019. She is a member of the editorial staff of employment-law journal Arbeidsrecht, a member of Dutch Employment Lawyers Association and the European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA), and a member of the board of the Diversity and Equality Law Committee of the International Bar Association. Inge also serves on the board of the Amsterdam Cabaret Festival.


Inge de Laat is ranked in Chambers Europe 2021 (Employment)

Chambers Europe (2021) about Inge:

Inge de Laat is recognised by market commentators for her expert handling of employment cases featuring privacy issues. She also advises on outsourcing, TUPE, social plans, restructurings and employment issues pertaining to M&A transactions.

Employment team is ranked in Legal 500 EMEA 2021 Guide.

Legal 500 (2021) about Employment team:

We frequently work with this team in international projects as they are very responsive and provide excellent, but usable advice’.

Inge de Laat is ranked in Chambers Europe 2020 (Employment)

What Chambers says about Inge:

Inge de Laat is a “knowledgeable lawyer,” who is an “excellent listener and is good at strategy.”

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