Would you like to speak to a specialist contract lawyer in the Netherlands about your case? You can. Our experienced Dutch contract law lawyer Remko Roosjen leads a team of contract law lawyers in the Netherlands, all of whom enjoy a strong reputation. We work for diverse clients from small- and medium-sized enterprises, as well as for larger, internationally-operating companies. We have done this successfully, with a strong client focus, for many years.
A specialised contract law lawyer in the Netherlands adds value in times when business processes and structures are increasingly complex and international. Remko Roosjen, our contract law lawyer in the Netherlands, understands the needs of contracting parties, sees through commercial opportunities and actively points out risks in a commercial contract. At the same time, Remko is a specialised Dutch contract law lawyer in civil proceedings before the public courts. As a contract law lawyer in the Netherlands, Remko acts on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants.
The first contact with our lawyer in the Netherlands, specialised in contract law, is always non-binding and our first goal is to get to know each other and to guide you through your business challenges in outline form.
After that, the course of action is set more concretely and our specialised contract law lawyer in the Netherlands will look at what options exist. This may involve drafting a commercial contract and conducting negotiations, starting civil proceedings or levying a prejudgment attachment. One thing is certain: your interests are number one.
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.