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AMSTEVEENSEWEG 500, 1081 KL AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 75999 1070 AZ AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Bram Thomas Craemer

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Work +31 (0)20 5736 809
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Lexence

Work Department

Commercial litigation

Position

Lawyer, partner

Career

Bram Thomas Craemer is involved in settling business disputes, and always applies a pragmatic, results-oriented approach and a clear strategy in his work.
 
The clients Bram Thomas and his team serve are medium to large companies active in various markets and jurisdictions. Regular clients include prominent media companies, financial institutions and ICT companies. The team also frequently represents industrial parties, including a leading steel manufacturer and various offshore and installation companies. Since the end of 2012 Bram Thomas has performed pro bono work for the Voedselbank Amsterdam as well. The nature of the practice is very diverse, and includes (cross-border) trade disputes, conflicts involving software implementation, failed joint ventures and the termination of continuing performance contracts. Bram Thomas also has extensive experience with fraud cases and claims related to other types of illegal activities. Bram Thomas is mentioned in Legal 500 listing (2016): 'Bram Thomas Craemer is a ‘clever, driven and practical lawyer’. Before joining Lexence in 2005, Bram Thomas worked as a lawyer at Allen & Overy.

Languages

Dutch, English

Education

After completing his studies of Dutch law at the Universiteit van Amsterdam, Bram Thomas read postgraduate courses at the New York University School of Law. He was admitted to the Bar in 1999.


Netherlands

Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Within: Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Lexence’s team acts for large corporates in the telecoms, financials and insurance sectors, among others. Co-head Timo Jansen  is acting for Vodafone in claims alleging anti-competitive behaviour against KPN. Fellow co-head Bram Thomas Craemer is representing Inreda Diabetics in a shareholder dispute.

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