Author: Sebastien Roger

Sébastien Roger has been a lawyer at the Brussels Bar since 1999. He assists and appears in court on behalf of national and international clientele in cases involving (individual and collective) employment law and social security. Apart from issues linked to the performance and termination of employment contracts, Sébastien particularly deals with questions linked to contractual transfers of undertakings and the dismissal of protected workers. He advises and assists companies undergoing restructuring, whether or not that involves collective lay-offs or closures. He has written a number of publications in the field of social law, particularly unemployment with company top-up (previously “contractual early pension”) and interest on pay. He has also written a number of articles in a periodical directed towards HR professionals. He is a guest professor at Impact Cooremans. Sébastien holds a licentiate in law from the University of Brussels (ULB, 1998) and an additional licentiate (D.E.S.) in social law from that university (1999).

Nouvel arrêt de la CJUE sur le transfert d’entreprise : le lieu où les prestations sont effectuées n’est pas relevant

Dans certains secteurs, l’activité économique consiste à effectuer des prestations chez le client. Tel est le cas du secteur du gardiennage. Que se passe-t-il lorsqu’une société de gardiennage perd un contrat au profit d’une autre société ? Est-ce que le simple fait que les services ... Read More