Emile Savelkoul is a versatile lawyer whose interests go beyond the purely legal aspect of the case. He considers the persons and interests involved in the case. He maintains a good overview in complex situations, is able to get a grip quickly and to put together the relevant facts and circumstances. He is a strategic thinker and an excellent negotiator. He combines knowledge of the law, the case, the client and the interests involved in a clear and intelligible advice with, if possible, a strategy to achieve the results desired by clients.
Emile advises employers on all aspects of labour law, such as dismissal issues, reorganisations, transfers of undertakings, non-competition clauses, employment conditions, cross-border labour, equal treatment, employee participation, industrial accidents and collective agreements law. Emile is also part of the German Desk and advises employers with a German background on cross-border labour matters.
Emile completed his post-academic training in labour law cum laude. He is a former board member and member of the Limburg chapter of the Association of Labour Law Lawyers and a member of the Dutch Labour Lawyers Association. Emile regularly gives guest and in-house lectures, as well as masterclasses.