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Hogan Lovells International LLP

The firm

Change is happening faster than ever, and legal challenges come from all directions. To stay ahead, organisations need to anticipate what’s next. Hogan Lovells understands this and works together with its clients to solve the toughest legal issues in major industries and commercial centres around the world. With 2,500 lawyers on six continents, Hogan Lovells offers extensive experience and insights gained from working in some of the world’s most complex legal environments and markets for corporations, financial institutions and governments. The firm provides practical legal solutions that help clients identify and mitigate risk and make the most of opportunities.

Whether a client is expanding into new markets, considering capital from new sources, or dealing with increasingly complex regulation or disputes, Hogan Lovells can help.

The firm’s lawyers are straight-talking. They understand and solve the problem before it becomes one. And they deliver clear and practical advice that gets the job done.

A fast-changing and interconnected world requires fresh thinking combined with proven experience. That’s what Hogan Lovells provides. Progress starts with ideas. And while imagination helps at every level, the firm’s legal solutions are aligned with each client’s business strategy. The firm’s experience in cross-border and emerging economies gives it the market perspective to be the global partner of choice for its clients. The team at Hogan Lovells brings a diverse variety of backgrounds and experience which delivers a broader perspective. This ultimately makes for more rounded thinking and better answers for clients. Giving back to communities and society is fundamental to good business. And, it’s part of the firm’s core. Everyone at Hogan Lovells is asked to volunteer at least 25 hours a year as part of their normal work duties.

Amsterdam office

Hogan Lovells in Amsterdam focuses on corporate/M&A, intellectual property, data protection, dispute resolution, life sciences, banking and finance, tax, and employment. Clients appreciate the integrated commercial, corporate, finance and tax services.

The firm provides practical solutions for Dutch and international clients. Its lawyers understand how local and international issues impact your work. They know that you value an honest, straightforward opinion. They deliver timely, results-oriented advice. And as a client, when you participate in their seminars and presentations, you gain an up-to-the-minute understanding of current business and legal issues.

  • Other offices
  • Alicante
  • Baltimore
  • Beijing
  • Birmingham
  • Boston
  • Brussels
  • Budapest*
  • Colorado Springs
  • Denver
  • Dubai
  • Dusseldorf
  • Frankfurt
  • Hamburg
  • Hanoi
  • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Hong Kong
  • Houston
  • Jakarta*
  • Johannesburg
  • London
  • Los Angeles
  • Louisville
  • Luxembourg
  • Madrid
  • Mexico City
  • Miami
  • Milan
  • Minneapolis
  • Monterrey
  • Moscow
  • Munich
  • New York
  • Northern Virginia
  • Paris
  • Perth
  • Philadelphia
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Rome
  • San Francisco
  • São Paulo
  • Shanghai
  • Silicon Valley
  • Singapore
  • Sydney
  • Tokyo
  • Ulaanbaatar*
  • Warsaw
  • Washington DC
  • Zagreb*
  • Number of lawyers: 2,500+
  • at this office: 42+
  • Languages
  • English

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Legal Developments in Netherlands

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    On 1 March 2012 the Collective Redundancy Notification Act (Wet Melding Collective Outslug, "WACO") will be amended. What changes does this involve?
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    - AKD
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    - AKD
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    - AKD
  • Forming a company in the Netherlands

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  • Leasing of commercial premises in the Netherlands

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