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If processors and processors do not succeed in settling the dispute that has arisen, the matter can be resolved before the arbitration procedure. Sometimes a case has already been heard in court and we will reassess the chances and risks of litigation for you on appeal. Litigation at conducting negotiations (including international negotiations) is primarily the area where you need an experienced and good litigator.
This prevents the loss of cases, and in certain situations a lawyer is legally required or even indispensable. Experience shows that any case - large or small - is best handled by an experienced lawyer with knowledge of the relevant area of law.
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At our Amsterdam law firm, many cases run throughout the year and we understand the challenges that businesses face. Our litigation lawyers will ensure that your business needs are not unnecessarily hindered. If a settlement is preferable, we will do our utmost to achieve it.
If the case has to go to court, we will work to get the best result for you. That is what you can and should expect from us.
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If you would like an litigating about from a insolvency law with knowledge in your area of law, please contact our Amsterdam office without obligation. Each stage of the procurement process brings its own challenges, whether you are at the beginning or the end of a collaboration.
If you want litigating about regarding a processor contracts, we are always there for you. Our contract lawyers value an initial, non-binding appointment where we can get to know you and learn more about your legal challenges.
You can contact us via our website, by email or by phone. Our friendly and professional staff will be happy to help you and arrange a consultation with one of our expert German-speaking lawyers in the Netherlands, for example a Dutch litigation lawyer or a Dutch contract lawyer in Amsterdam.
We look forward to the opportunity to help you navigate the complex legal landscape and achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
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Remko Roosjen is an English speaking attorney-at-law in the Netherlands, specialised in Dutch contract law.
A major part of his work as a lawyer involves advising and litigating on commercial contracts under Dutch law. Remko acts on behalf of suppliers, manufacturers, importers, distributors, resellers and internationally operating trading parties.
As civil litigation attorney and contract lawyer in the Netherlands, Remko represents a wide range of both plaintiffs and defendants.