Tally Opbroek

Partner | Lawyer | MfN-registermediator | Team Employement

+31 (0)6 2030 4860


Tally Opbroek

Tally Opbroek has been a lawyer since 2000 and a partner at Marree + Dijxhoorn since October 2019. She specialises in employment law and privacy law. Tally assists listed companies, healthcare institutions, education institutions, SMEs and private individuals in matters relating to the law on individual and collective redundancies, employee representation, non-compete and non-solicitation clauses, temporary agency work, secondment, workplace reintegration and sickness. She is a keen sparring partner and litigates on behalf of clients if necessary.

Tally advises on the privacy aspects of employment law. She supports businesses who have questions about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and assists with obligations on reporting data breaches, the sharing of personal data, the screening and monitoring of employees by employers and the role of works councils.

Tally is MfN – registermediator. In (international) labor issues, business disputes and conflicts between shareholders Tally acts as mediator.

Until recently, she worked as a bankruptcy trustee, alongside her work as a lawyer. She has a wealth of knowledge of the problems faced by companies who are experiencing difficulties. The combination of that knowledge and her employment law expertise means that Tally provides solution-oriented advice.

Time is often of the essence when it comes to employment law problems. Tally is easy to contact, including outside office hours.

Member of the Vereniging Arbeidsrecht Advocaten Nederland (VAAN)
Member of INSOLAD
Member of the Vereniging van Arbeidsrecht (VvA)
Member, Vereniging Arbeidsrecht Advocaten Midden-Nederland (VAAMN)
Member, Vereniging Mediatorsfederatie Nederland (MfN)

Tally Opbroek has registered the following areas of law in the register of areas of law of the Dutch Bar Association: Employment Law. Pursuant to this registration, she is required to obtain ten training credits in each registered main area of law each calendar year according to the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.