At PointLaw, an extensive experience in advising and litigation in and outside the Netherlands is available, in Dutch law and in international law.
Civil litigation: Court cases, including appeals at Dutch Courts, in payment-, trading and delivery disputes between individuals or companies;
Claims on the performance of loan agreements between private persons and banks;
Claims in franchise agreements.
International litigation: Dispute between a Dutch art collector, a German art gallery and a Vietnamese artist regarding the existence of a verbal agreement, successfully confirmed after several witness examinations
International arbitration: Arbitration case in Moscow in a trade issue between a Dutch machine supplier and a Gazprom related end- user.
Negotiations and settlements: in trade disputes within a wide range of branches such as the oil industry, glass industry, shipping, boat parts suppliers, car rental industry, construction industry etc.
Liabilities and board disputes: Court cases and advice regarding internal and external management or directors’ liability in companies, in case of bankruptcy as well as board disputes between shareholders.
Furthermore, a hands on mentality and client-focused advice such as
Review and drafting of: commercial contracts, (international) Master Service Agreements, shareholders agreements, loan and securities agreements, non-disclosure agreements etc
Last but not least: an external, on-demand sparring partner and sounding board for management and stakeholders of clients