Corporate and Commercial Law in the Netherlands
My role as a corporate lawyer in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is to ensure the legality of commercial transactions, obtain Dutch permits, advise corporations on their legal rights and duties, including the duties and responsibilities of corporate & compliance officers. I’m glad to offer my experience and knowledge of aspects of corporate law I’ve dealt with very often. Including Dutch corporate litigation, contract law, securities law, compliance regulations, bankruptcy law and insolvency, zoning law, and the laws and practice of the business of corporations in the Netherlands I work for.
Attorney’s in Amsterdam
In my firm, Blenheim of Amsterdam, the lawyers are corporate and commercial law specialists. They structure transactions efficiently, manage data, review agreements, negotiate deals, create company structures, draft documents and contracts. When necessary we counsel our clients to confront legal challenges with aggressive, result oriented solutions. I try to avoid conflicts but our litigators are also pleased to go to trial for you. Blenheim has served many local and international companies. We render all services foreign clients and lawyers need.
What can you expect from your Dutch Counsel?
We may spend months negotiating a business transaction. Just as well we are involved in private equity deals, small mergers and acquisitions, participations, management buy-out, real estate transactions and share transactions. We have advised companies of all sizes from small startups to publicly listed companies in many industries. We believe our attorneys provide value for money.
Netherlands Law Firm
Regardless of who we are representing in a corporate matter Blenheim is a firm of accessible, professional, practical and creative corporate attorneys. Hiring of a corporate lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, please call to discuss our experience and qualifications as well as your corporate situation and ambition. Don’t hesitate to discuss your corporate issues with me.