Mr Hendrik van Druten > Loyens & Loeff > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Loyens & Loeff
FRED ROESKESTRAAT 100
1076 ED AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 71170
1008 BD AMSTERDAM
Netherlands

Position

Hendrik van Druten, attorney at law, is a member of the Litigation & Risk Management Group

Career

Hendrik is chairman of the Litigation & Risk Management Group. Hendrik specialises in complex litigation, including disputes relating to restructurings and corporate recovery work, disputes relating to M&A and capital market transactions (including delistings and IPOs) and cross border liability cases.

Languages

Dutch, English

Education

Dutch law, University of Leiden, 1989

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Dispute resolution: arbitration

The ‘highly responsive‘ team at Loyens & Loeff is instructed by a range of clients, including domestic and international companies and their shareholders, and leading investment companies, to represent them in national and cross-border arbitrations. Tom Claassens, who heads the practice jointly with Amsterdam-based Hendrik van Druten, led a team which represented a large globally operating manufacturing company in multinational proceedings under the ICC Arbitration Rules, in relation to a dispute concerning the sale of certain equipment. Jeroen van den Brande left the practice in June 2019.

Netherlands > Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Loyens & Loeff fields a sizeable litigation team, and as such the firm can provide a strong service across the spectrum of commercial, corporate, and financial litigation. The practice is chaired by Hendrik van Druten, who is notable for his work on disputes relating to insolvency, as well as those concerning M&A or capital markets transactions. Other key personnel include Sidney Berendsen, who recently represented a large property manager in a dispute with its lessees over alleged failures to exercise rights of first refusal during a share transaction, as well as senior associate Huib Schrama, securities law specialist Mijke Sinninghe Damsté and Tom Claassens, whose niche lies in litigation taking place across the Dutch Carribbean.