With over 20 years of experience, Vinciane Rysselinck is a Senior Counsel in the employment team in Brussels. She is recognised as a ‘very efficient and commercial’ lawyer by Legal 500. She specialises in the labour implications of company takeovers and business downsizings, as well as cross-border employment and social security matters. Her expertise is particularly valued by Belgian, US and Indian clients in the real estate, retail and tech, media and comms sectors.
Vinciane also assists companies with various kinds of labour disputes before the Belgian labour courts, and with senior executive appointments and dismissals. In that regard, she regularly coordinates cross-service and multi-jurisdictional projects.
She was one of the founding team members of Osborne Clarke Belgium in 2013.
Vinciane regularly publishes client insights and newsletters, for example in the Business Immigration newsletter. She also holds regular client training sessions and engages as speaker at employment conferences.
She is a member of the European Employment Lawyers' Association and the Belgian Employment Lawyers' Association.
Belgian public real estate regulated company
Advising a Belgian public real estate regulated company for the appointment of their new CEO
Advising on all HR aspects of a merger between a major publishing group and a smaller publishing company
Belgian Employment Agency
Advising a major Belgian employment agency in connection with some complex regulatory issues and related litigation
Multinational IT company
Negotiating a collective bargaining agreement on flexible work for a multinational IT company
IT Company Specialised in Biotech Consultancy
Providing day to day advice to an IT company specialized in biotech consultancy
Major IT company
Advising a major IT company in connection with some complex regulatory issues, along with their day-to-day HR issues
Biotech Consultancy Company
Assisting a biotech consultancy company with a formal procedure for moral harassment at work
INPO's in the EU Quarter
Advising INPO's which are based in the EU quarter in Brussels on the employment issues of their operations