Business disputes and litigation
Companies generally have various stakeholders, such as shareholders (perhaps with minority holdings), directors, supervisory board members, employees, and other parties involved in financing the company or determining its policy. These stakeholders may have divergent interests and objectives, and this can lead to conflicts.
Nobody wants a lawsuit if they can help it, but an endless conflict or deadlock between stakeholders is usually disastrous for the company concerned. It is often possible to resolve the issue through an open dialogue. But if that doesn’t work, you need to take rigorous action — half measures will not work. We will help you, from the initial inquiry to the preliminary relief proceedings, and from the subdistrict court to the Netherlands Enterprise Court at the Amsterdam Court of Appeal, whether the conflict involves a minority shareholder or a party that controls company policy.
Team of specialists
Our lawyers work in partnership with you, in compact teams of specialists. They know your industry and have the expertise that lets them be quick and to the point in advising you and helping you find a solution.