Broadly experienced in individual and collective labour issues.
Inger advises clients with respect to individual and collective labour issues and assists companies with redundancies, restructuring, acquisitions and union negotiations. She also closely follows developments with regard to end of career issues. Inger has a particular interest in questions concerning discrimination and psychosocial well-being at work. She also frequently advises clients on privacy and personal data issues.
Inger is a regular speaker at internal and external seminars in Belgium and abroad and has published numerous legal articles. She is co-author of the annual publications ‘Actief Eindigen’ and ‘Praktijkboek Ontslag’. Inger is guest lecturer in social law at the Antwerp Management School of the University of Antwerp and at the Karel de Grote Hogeschool. She regularly appears before the labour courts and has also appeared before the European Court of Justice. Inger obtained her master's degree in law from the Catholic University of Leuven with distinction and is a member of the Antwerp Bar. Since 2010 she has been a partner at Claeys & Engels.