Estimating risks and anticipating them avoids conflicts. That saves a lot of time, money and, above all, negative energy. This is of major importance for companies and sports organisations, but also for private individuals, in order to progress.
Babs Dubois is the employment law specialist at LOYR. Reorganisations, a new work structure, or an adjusted vision almost always have consequences for the employer, but also for the employees within an organisation. Employment contracts and conditions must, of course, be legally correct and comply with the statutory frameworks. However, it is just as important that these are suitable for the organisation you have in mind. One thing that is typical for the approach adopted by LOYR is that organisations not only get in touch with them when legal problems have actually arisen, but also and particularly in order to prevent problems at an early stage.
Babs advises and litigates on matters such as individual and collective dismissals, terms and conditions of employment, incapacity for work, co-determination and transfers of business ownership. She is also specialised in privacy in the workplace and, together with Zabih Etemadi, makes up the sports law team at LOYR.
Babs has registered employment law in the legal register of the Dutch Bar Association. On the basis of this registration, Babs must obtain ten permanent education points in every main registered jurisdiction every year in accordance with the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.
Employment and sports law
In addition to employment law and privacy law, Babs is also a member of the sports law team together with Zabih Etemadi. Babs supports clubs and sports associations. Within the field of sports law Babs is specialised in review and drafting of regulations and disciplinary law.
Babs studied law at the University of Groningen and has been a lawyer specialising in employment law and sports law since 2005. Babs completed the Grotius specialist course in employment law in 2009. In addition, Babs is a member of the Dutch Employment Lawyers Association (VAAN) and the Association for Sport and Law. Babs is very keen on sports herself. She plays tennis and golf and enjoys running. She has already run the New York marathon. The Rotterdam marathon is now on her bucket list.
Babs also expresses her passion for sport by being a member of the disciplinary committee of the Dutch Judo Association and is chair of the Central Committee for Appeals Assessment of the Sports Management Academy (NOC*NSF). Since June 2017 she has also been a member of the board of the Kennemerland Sports Support Foundation.