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HVG Law LLP

BOOMPJES 258, 3011 XZ ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 88 407 04 44
Fax:
Fax +31 88 407 0270
Email:
Web:
www.hvglaw.nl/
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Sijmen de Lange

Tel:
Work +31 88 407 02 28
Email:
Web:
www.hvglaw.nl
HVG Law LLP

Work Department

Corporate Law practice

Position

Sijmen de Lange works as practice group leader in the corporate law practice and specialises in: mergers and acquisitions, debt restructuring and reorganizations, private equity and management buy outs, negotiating commercial contracts and legal advisory, company law and contract law.

Career

Sijmen joined HVG Law in 2000 and became a partner in 2009. Before joining HVG Law Sijmen held a position with a legal predecessor of AKD Prinsen van Wijmen.

Languages

Dutch, English

Member

Dutch Bar Association

Education

Sijmen graduated from the Erasmus University Rotterdam and the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, USA, where he obtained an LL.M. in International and Comparative Law. In 2005 Sijmen completed the postdoctoral program Mergers and Acquisitions cum laude.


Netherlands

Commercial, corporate and M&a

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&a

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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