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AMS Advocaten

AMS Advocaten

Nachtwachtlaan 20
Amsterdam 1058 EA
Netherlands

Phone+31 20 3080315

Website www.amsadvocaten.com
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Law Firm Overview

AMS Advocaten is an acknowledged Dutch Law firm based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Our clients range from international businesses and individuals from varied fields. We have a capable group of litigators who work enthusiastically towards attaining solutions to complicated problems. Cases handled by us may range from issues like social justice, environment, public health or any number of community concerns. Our attorneys have gained in-depth knowledge through their experience in these legal aspects.

AMS Advocaten specializes in corporate law, property law, real estate law, construction law, employment law, contract law and insolvency law. Our lawyers demonstrate expertise in mergers and acquisitions, dispute over shareholder agreements. Property issues and other legal battles over construction, employment, tenancy, debt collection, and contract and insolvency matters are smartly undertaken by our attorneys. The AMS Advocaten team works in unison to get to the core of cases and handles them in the most professional way.

AMS Advocaten believes in building a bond of transparency and trust between the employees, attorneys and the clients. This has helped us work in a coordinated way in serving our clients coming from manufacturing, international trade, health services, technology and finance. Our team is well trained and experienced and is all geared up for leading your battle for justice.

Year this Office was Established: 2011

Languages: Dutch, English, German.

Areas of Law


Additional Areas of Law: Commercial Tenancy Law


Areas of Law Description

Our practice areas include:

• Dutch Corporate Law
Our lawyers are both advisors and litigators in all corporate matters, such as restructuring, shareholder' disputes and M&A/takeovers.

• Dutch Property Law
The real estate lawyers with AMS are experienced in advising, negotiating and litigating on all civil-law property law and real estate matters.

• Dutch Construction Law
The construction law attorney with AMS Attorneys in Amsterdam acts for project developers, (sub)contractors, and individuals.

• Dutch Employment Law
The employment law attorneys at AMS counsel both employers and employees, and are capable of giving a candid assessment of the case.

• Dutch Commercial Tenancy Law
We are very experienced in this practice area: our lawyers have advised and litigated in many cases on tenancy law for business premises.

• Debt Collection in The Netherlands
The AMS debt collection attorneys are very experienced in solving cases involving debts that are due and payable, in a cost-effective way.

• Dutch Contract Law
Our Dutch business attorneys are sharp and experienced consultants, assisting their clients in negotiating and making the deal.

• Dutch Insolvency Law
Whether you are dealing with reorganization, restructuring or director's liability: our insolvency law attorneys can advise you on the best strategy.



Lawyers

Heleen Ceelen Ms. Heleen Ceelen
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry, Business Formation, Business Law

Marieke de Kock Ms. Marieke de Kock
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry, Business Formation, Business Law

Marco Guit Mr. Marco Guit
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry, Business Formation, Business Law

Manita Hamberg Ms. Manita Hamberg
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry, Business Formation, Business Law

Hein Hoogendoorn Mr. Hein Hoogendoorn
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry, Business Formation, Business Law

Martijn Kesler Mr. Martijn Kesler
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry, Business Formation, Business Law

Hidde Reitsma Mr. Hidde Reitsma
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry

Sander Schouten Mr. Sander Schouten
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry, Business Formation, Business Law

Thomas van Vugt Mr. Thomas van Vugt
Lawyer
Agency and Distributorship, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry, Business Formation, Business Law

  

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AMS Advocaten Blog

Articles Published by AMS Advocaten

 One Shareholder Excludes the Other, What Can You Do?

An earlier blog by Dutch lawyer Hein Hoogendoorn explained that in preliminary relief proceedings one shareholder can claim from the other shareholder that the latter has to sell his shares. Not every conflict between shareholders is suitable for preliminary relief proceedings. In this blog, corporate lawyer in The Netherlands Hein Hoogendoorn discusses the outcome of a main action that also addressed an enforced takeover of shares. This case was submitted to the court of North Netherlands.

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 Corporate Takeover in The Netherlands – Take Good Advice!

Now that the economy is improving again, we see an increasing number of corporate takeovers. Taking over a company is an important process both for the buyer and the seller, in which unfortunately many things can go wrong. Most disputes occur because the parties have not taken good advice or have not (have) committed their agreements in writing in a clear manner. Corporate lawyer Hidde Reitsma explains the in and outs of a takeover process and what the parties should consider.

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 Directors’ and Officers’ Liability in The Netherlands: the Beklamel Standard

At the time that a director or officer commits a company to an agreement, while he is reasonable aware that he cannot comply with this agreement, this director or officer can be held liable for any loss. This problem was recently addressed in the court of Maastricht (The Netherlands).

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 Dutch Inquiry Proceedings into Limited: Who Has Right to Request Them?

According to Dutch corporate law, shareholders and depository receipt holders have the right to request the Enterprise Chamber to order an inquiry into the company’s affairs. Recently, the Dutch Supreme Court has confirmed that the provider of risk capital who has an own economic interest in the company in question can also invoke this right. Dutch corporate lawyer Hidde Reitsma explains.

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 Interpretation of Disputed Contracts in Dutch Law

When parties are in conflict about the interpretation of a contract, lawyers and judges in the Netherlands will firstly apply the Haviltex criterium (named after case law with the same name). According to this famous criterium not only the literal interpretation of the wording of a contract is relevant but also are the underlying intentions of the parties and what they may expect from each other.

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