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AMSTEVEENSEWEG 500, 1081 KL AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 75999 1070 AZ AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 20 573 6736
Fax:
Fax +31 20 573 6737
Email:
Web:
www.lexence.com
Lexence, Jan-Willem Raadgever, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS

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Jan-Willem Raadgever

Tel:
Work +31 20 5736 802
Email:
Lexence

Work Department

Real Estate, property development, construction

Position

Lawyer, partner

Career

Jan-Willem Raadgever specializes in construction law, real estate and tendering law. He is experienced in counselling developers, authorities, contractors and stakeholders such as landowners, in the field of large-scale and complex legal territorial developments. He has ample experience with civil proceedings and litigation before arbitration institutes like the Constructional Arbitration Institute.

Jan-Willem is visiting lecturer at the College of Higher Education in Amsterdam. He publishes regularly and is editor of the journal on Vastgoedcontracten (contracts in real estate) where he is responsible for prototype contracts with architects, advisors and building companies.

Jan-Willem has been with Lexence since 2009. Before that he worked for among others, Boot Advocaten and Raadgever Advocaten.

Languages

Dutch, English

Member

Jan-Willem is a member of the Association of Construction Law and of the Dutch Association of Tendering Law.

Education

Jan-Willem obtained his Master's degree from the Universiteit Utrecht in Dutch law with a dual major (Company, social and economic law, and Corporate law). He also completed the postgraduate studies in real estate of the Grotius Academie. Jan-Willem was admitted to the Bar in 1991.


Netherlands

Construction

Within: Construction

At Lexence, construction, real estate, and leasing experts provide assistance to clients ranging from investment funds and banks to developers, housing corporations, and public bodies. The practice's client roster includes Rabo Real Estate Group, Volker Wessels, Dura Vermeer, and CBRE Global Investors. In recent work, the team advised a client on aspects of the construction of a complex, mixed-use project involving residential, retail, and underground parking facilities. Ferry van Schoonhoven and Bob Bekker are the senior partners supported by leasing expert Jan-Willem Raadgever.

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