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Construction
Construction - ranked: tier 2

Six Advocaten

Strong in contentious and non-contentious work, the practice at real estate and construction boutique Six Advocaten is led by the ‘particularly strong, very insightful and friendlyBenno den Teuling. Fabian Horsting acted for Amvest on the Strijp R redevelopment project in Eindhoven. The team also represented WTC Amsterdam in several construction disputes.

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Environment and planning
Environment and planning - ranked: tier 2

Six Advocaten

Irma van den Berg is the key partner at Six Advocaten, which acts for public bodies and private clients across a wide range of projects. She and Hanneke Ellerman advised Bouwfonds Property Development on the zoning aspects of a 2,750-building development between Weesp and Muiden.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 4

Six Advocaten

Top-notch’ property development and projects boutique Six Advocaten is noted for its ‘highly respected client base’ and its ‘flexibility’. The ‘swift, hands-on and pragmaticLeon Burgersdijk advised the City of Amsterdam on the development of Hotel Jakarta; Wouter Post assisted Ballast Nedam and VolkerWessels with the development of the Market Quarter in west Amsterdam.

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