Jorgo is a founding partner of Osborne Clarke’s Amsterdam office, specialising in workforce solutions, cross border projects, incentives and corporate employment law.
Jorgo advises both international and national businesses and employees (including statutory directors) on all aspects of employment law. He also deals with issues that play at the intersection of corporate law and employment law, such as disputes between shareholders or between shareholders and the board, M&A and management incentives.
Jorgo has a special interest in collective employment law and regularly advises and litigates about this. Jorgo is a member of the VAAN and VvA specialization associations. Jorgo's approach is bold and innovative; providing solutions and daring to take a standpoint are key drivers of his success.
Legal 500 has ranked Jorgo and his team in tier 3, naming them ‘accessible, proactive’ and is praised for his ‘great service and out-of-the-box thinking’
Jorgo has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):
- Employment Law
Based on this registration, he is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.
Jorgo Tsiris is very proactive and provides us with great out-of-the-box thinking.
DDL Diagnostic Laboratory
Advised ViroClinics and Summit Partners on the acquisition of DDL Diagnostic Laboratory.
Advised Infosys on a strategic partnership with ABN AMRO, including the acquisition of a majority-stake in Stater.
Advising Picsolve on the transfer of employees from Maxifoto’s most important client, the Efteling, to Picsolve.
The French operations of Embraer were partly closed down and transferred to the Netherlands, which was very sensitive given the attitude of the French trade unions to the deal. In close cooperation with our French employment department we have advised the client on the transfer of French employees to the Netherlands.
Global Workforce Solutions Takeaway Podcast: Current employment status issues in different countries for contingent workers (Part 2)
Global Workforce Solutions Takeaway Podcast: Current employment status issues in different countries for contingent workers (Part 1)
New legislation on reclaiming training costs and 'ancillary activities' clauses: are your employment agreements ready?
The end of lockdown and a return to near normal conditions in the Netherlands this summer has triggered business sales...
The final text of the Temporary Emergency Bridging Measure to Preserve Employment 2.0 (the NOW 2.0) was published by the...