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JAVASTRAAT 22, 2585 AN DEN HAAG, NETHERLANDS
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Work +31 70 313 1050
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www.feltz.nl

Van der Feltz advocaten is an independent boutique law firm. Founded in 2006 with the office deliberately close to the Dutch Supreme Court and the Dutch Council of State, the firm has grown in size and reputation ever since. All of the firm’s partners have previously practiced law with large Dutch law firms.

Van der Feltz advocaten focuses on the following sectors:

  • Government;
  • Real Estate;
  • Energy;
  • Heavy Industry.

The firm advises and litigates on matters of public and civil law and has substantive expertise in zoning and planning law, energy law, governmental liability, environmental (enforcement) law, expropriation, real estate, construction law, public procurement law, infrastructure projects, tax law and Supreme Court litigation.

The firm has for years represented both corporates and decentralised government and government agencies. Likewise, the firm has a deep understanding of the interests of the relevant stakeholders to help their clients with strategic and practical advice.

Clients range from utility companies, parties active in (sustainable) energy projects, local and regional authorities, such as municipalities, provinces, and environment agencies, to property developers, investors and businesses in the heavy industry. Furthermore Van der Feltz advocaten acts as co-counsel to several international law firms on environmental and real estate issues in due diligence and M&A transactions.

The firm has a strong scientific profile. Jacques Sluysmans, partner, has been a professor of expropriation law at Radboud University Nijmegen since 2013. Almost all of the firm’s lawyers teach at universities and commercial institutes and publish articles in (academic) law journals on a frequent basis.

  • Number of lawyers: 20
  • Languages
  • English
  • German
  • Dutch

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