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Netherlands

Environment and planning
Environment and planning - ranked: tier 2

Van der Feltz advocaten

Van der Feltz advocaten’s team has ‘in-depth knowledge of administrative law’ and a ‘strong sense of perspective’. Willem Bosma, who heads the group jointly with Jacques Sluysmans, assisted law firms including Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Baker McKenzie with the environmental aspects of major M&A transactions.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 4

Van der Feltz advocaten

Especially strong in development and administrative law, Van der Feltz advocaten’s department counts Vorm, Heijmans Vastgoed and various municipalities among its clients. Group head Willem van der Werf advised Vereniging Natuurmonumenten on its acquisition and transformation of Sibelco and Heidelberg Cement’s sand and marl quarries. The ‘quick, clever’ Willem Bosma ‘understands clients’ needs’.

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Netherlands: Energy

Regulatory
Energy: Regulatory - ranked: tier 2

Van der Feltz Advocaten

Van der Feltz Advocaten’s team counts Engie E&P Nederland and Cuadrilla Resources among its clients. Group head Jacques Sluysmans advised Shell and NAM on issues relating to politically sensitive gas extraction in Groningen; Godert van der Feltz is also recommended.

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