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HVG Law LLP

BOOMPJES 258, 3011 XZ ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Netherlands

Commercial, corporate and M&a
Commercial, corporate and M&a - ranked: tier 7

HVG Law LLP

HVG Law LLP offers restructuring and corporate governance together with its M&A and joint venture expertise on both domestic and cross-border deals and has a strong focus on the technology, agribusiness, and food sectors. Sijmen de Lange and Rutger Lambriex head the group.

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EU and competition
EU and competition - ranked: tier 4

HVG Law LLP

HVG Law LLP’s team represents Alpro in longstanding litigation initiated by the Dutch Dairy Association. Practice head Misha Lutje Beerenbroek and state aid specialist Steven Verschuur are noted. The practice, which is part of EY's integrated multi-disciplinary platform, also handles a steady flow of cross-border work.

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Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 5

HVG Law LLP

Working with corporate, finance, and tax specialist, the group at HVG Law LLP  assists clients with all employment and labour matters arising from mergers and integrations, as well as outsourcing, works council consultations, and negotiations with trade unions. Joost van Ladesteijn and associate partners Nicky ten Bokum and Huub van Osch are the key contacts who attract clients including Air France-KLM, Belkin, and Infosys. The team acted for COOP on all the employment issues arising from the proposed purchase of Emté which involved some 6,500 employees.

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Restructuring and insolvency
Restructuring and insolvency - ranked: tier 4

HVG Law LLP

Jan Padberg¬†and Johan Westerhof¬†head a team at HVG Law LLP¬†which is especially strong in trustee-related work; it acted as the trustee of Charles V√∂gele which had a turnover of around¬†¬†‚ā¨60m. Associate partner Robin de Wit¬†is acting as the trustee of Daan Auctions, a company that organised auctions for trustees in bankruptcy cases.

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Offices in Eindhoven, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, The Hague, and Utrecht

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