Siemen advises on a wide range of individual and collective employment law matters, including works council matters, termination of employment, health & safety at work, workplace investigations and employment aspects of M&A transactions.
Siemen holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History (KU Leuven 2011) and a Master’s Degree in Law (KU Leuven 2016).
Prior to joining Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick, Siemen was a research assistant at the Institute for Social Law (KU Leuven) and worked for two years in a Belgian law firm specialising in employment law.
Siemen joined Liedekerke in 2019.
Catholic University of Leuven (Master’s degree in Law) 2016
Catholic University of Leuven (Bachelor’s degree in Law) 2014
Catholic University of Leuven (Bachelor’s degree in History) 2011
Assisting a global information and communications technology company with respect to a collective redundancy and closure of a branch office in Belgium. This included preparing the process from the outset, including employee communications, calculation of employee exit packages, supporting with the implementation of the dismissals, etc.
Advising a leading international pharmaceutical group on a transfer of undertaking in connection with the the divestment of part of its activities. The work included, amongst others, advice on regulation governing transfer of undertakings and assistance with respect to the employee transfer arrangements.
Advising and assisting an international ride-hailing company with the implementation of various flexible working regimes.
Memberships & Admissions
Member of the Brussels Bar
Employment Law Association (Vereniging Sociaal Recht)