Company and Corporate Law:

Legal advice for Businesses that want to move forward

As an entrepeneur, you have to have knowledge about many things. And in most areas, with a healthy dose of curiosity and a little bit of clear thinking, you will soon gain more ground than many other people. You will quickly understand the big picture. By contrast, the actual detail is hard work. That is why, as lawyers for businesses, we often notice that businesses are hit hard by legal issues.  Our lawyers are glad to give entrepeneurs legal advice about Dutch Law and relieve them from their legal burdens in order to make them focus on what they favour to do: doing business!

Legal advice about corporate law or business law?

At RST advocaten, we therefore ideally help our business clients right from the very first time at which they experience problems with. We can give legal advice about:

  • Court proceedings and legal advice about trade-related damage claims
  • Court proceedings and legal advice about non-performance/non-compliance with contracts
  • Drafting of contracts
  • Shareholders’ agreements
  • Directors’ liability
  • Business transfer/transfer of a company and/or shares
  • General terms and conditions
  • Disputes with a director or shareholders
  • Dissolution and/or discontinuation of the company
  • Shareholder buyout
  • Collection of debts, seizures, security rights
  • Financing structures
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • All sorts of litigation about contracts, damages and unlawful conducts

Legal advice about starting a company in the Netherlands:

The lawyers at RST advocaten can provide foreign businesses that wish to establish themselves in the Netherlands with all kinds of legal advice about starting a company in the Netherlands and what this entails from a legal point of view. They have all the answers and the right advisors in relation to, for example, tax and accountancy matters. They can also help with employment contracts, distribution agreements, general terms and conditions, leases, financing, securities and real estate. As a foreign party, this will help you to avoid falling foul of the sometimes surprising rules under Dutch law.

 

Postbus 1019, 4801 BA Breda
Fatimastraat 5, 4834 XT Breda
T +31 (0)76 522 05 11
F +31 (0)76 522 09 55
E rst@rst.nl
KvK 20123209

 

Postbus 1019, 4801 BA Breda
Fatimastraat 5, 4834 XT Breda
KvK 20123209

T +31 (0)76 522 05 11
F +31 (0)76 522 09 55
E rst@rst.nl

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