Lydia Milders graduated in Dutch law from the University of Groningen in 2004. She studied at the University of Cergy-Pontoise near Paris for six months.
Lydia started her career as a lawyer with Rosina Eising lawyers in Amsterdam, where she gained extensive experience in corporate law, in addition to employment law. She has conducted legal proceedings on several occasions about (the interpretation of) commercial contracts.
Lydia joined Palthe Oberman’s team of lawyers in September 2010. She works for Dutch and international companies (including companies in the energy sector and the fashion industry) as well as private individuals. Lydia has extensive practical experience with individual and collective redundancies (reorganisations), employee’s participation rights, and advising on terms of employment. She is particularly interested in issues concerning sick employees, unlawful employee competition/fraud, and the seisure of evidence. Lydia also delivers in-house training courses on various employment law issues to clients.