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Corporate law

Every entrepreneur has to deal with business law. This area of law touches the core of a well organised organisation. Whether it concerns collaborations, mergers and reorganisations, commercial law; the lawyers of De Kempenaer are above all entrepreneurs themselves and know what moves you.

Our clients

We work for companies and institutions in various branches and sectors. From independent entrepreneurs without staff and SMEs, to healthcare institutions and large companies. Our lawyers strive for the best result for the organisation and act as a sounding board when taking both everyday and strategic decisions.

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De Kempenaer assists entrepreneurs in every conceivable field, such as:

Commercial and contract law

Law of persons

  • Company form, establishment and liquidation
  • Takeovers, mergers and restructuring
  • Governance and decision-making
  • Director and shareholder disputes
  • Governance issues
  • Outsourcing

Intellectual property

ICT & Privacy law

European (and international) laws and regulations

  • Vienna Sales Convention
  • Product Liability Directive
  • Unfair Commercial Practices Directive

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Lawyer - Senior

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Lawyer - Partner

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mr. M. (Martijn) S. Bugter

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