Marian van Eck has been an attorney since 1996 and has worked at
Boekel since 2000. Since 2005 she has been a Partner in the
Employment Law practice group, which operates in the present-day
corporate culture in an open and progressive manner.
Her strength lies in thinking out of the box and finding
creative solutions to complex issues. Her expertise is in
particular in the fields of employee participation, transfer of
undertaking, collective bargaining law, individual and collective
dismissal law and Social Plans. She has a great deal of experience
with questions regarding the relationship with works councils and
Her clients largely consist of medium-sized to large companies.
She has particular experience in the following sectors: chemistry
and pharmacology, banking and insurance, and ICT. She also has a
special interest and experience in the cultural sector.
Marian focuses in particular on the long-term relationship with
her clients, who can count on her dedicated and continuous support
in the event of industrial conflicts or questions of employment
law. Marian acts as a sparring partner at the level of the
Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board. She works with an
enthusiastic team of specialists.
Marian regularly publishes on a wide range of employment law
subjects. She lectures at universities and trains HR managers and
works council members. Marian is an editor of the Journal for
Company and Labour and a Board member of Stichting Blijdesteyn (www.stichtingblijdesteyn.nl).
Marian lectures at the prestigious Employment Law
Specialist Course at Grotius Academie.
Chambers 2012: Marian van Eck earns a great
deal of respect from market commentators, who note her dedication
and ability to co-ordinate complex projects.
Legal 500 2012: 'Marian van Eck is highly
regarded and 'partners with rather than against the client'.
Chambers 2011: Marian van Eck is recognised as
a rising talent in the market. Clients praise her business-oriented
and solution-focused approach: "She meets all my must-have
criteria; she writes and negotiates well, and she's fast and
efficient. She feels fully integrated into our business."
Marian leads the employment law practice, which, according
to Legal 500 2009, has 'a wealth of