Concetta Allegra has been working as a lawyer at Van Benthem & Keulen in the Employment & Pensions practice group since May 2018. Concetta Allegra’s expertise is: Contract forms (self-employed, platform work) and terms of employment.
What distinguishes Concetta as a lawyer is that she has demonstrable affinity with sharing legal knowledge. In addition, she is keen to convert her knowledge of law into practical solutions that have added value for you. Preferably without litigating, but if necessary with.
- Transfer of undertaking
- Employment contracts and terms of employment
- Individual dismissal law
- Employee participation
- Cross-border employment and retirement issues
About Concetta Allegra
After completing her law degree at Utrecht University Concetta worked as a lawyer from 2004 to 2016. In 2011, Concetta successfully (cum laude) completed the postgraduate specialist course in Employment Law at the Grotius Academy.
Concetta left the legal profession in 2016 and then taught Employment Law and Social Policy at Utrecht University, inter alia in the bachelor's subjects Employment Law and International and European Labour Law and the master course Transfer of Undertaking.
She returned to the legal profession in 2018. In 2020 Concetta successfully completed the pension law course at VU University Amsterdam (cum laude).
Concetta is a member of the Labour Law Association (VvA), the Dutch Employment Lawyers Association (VAAN) and the Dutch Employment Lawyers Association Central Netherlands (VAAMN), and frequently publishes articles, most recently 'Payrolling or not? That's the question!', Tijdschrift Arbeidsrechtpraktijk (TAP), 2019/236.