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LVH Advocaten and sustainability

LVH Advocaten is located on the 27th floor of the World Port Center (WPC) in Rotterdam.
We are proud that the WPC has a BREEAM certificate as well as a WELL Gold certificate and therefore has an eye for sustainability and health of employees and visitors of the WPC.

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LVH Advocaten proud sponsor of AeroDelft next year!

“Our future flies in clean skies” is the motto of AeroDelft. A motto to which LVH Advocaten is happy to be associated.

AeroDelft is a foundation in which TU Delft students are working on a very nice project to improve aviation. The Phoenix project, in which they have set themselves the goal of proving that emissions-free aviation is possible by developing the world’s first aircraft powered by liquid hydrogen. Realizing this could make aviation many times “greener” than it is today.

In the coming year we will help AeroDelft with all kinds of legal issues they are facing. One of the first things we have done for them, for example, is to draw up the sponsorship contract for the delivery of a “normal” airplane that they are going to convert into a liquid hydrogen-powered airplane. Furthermore, we will provide them with legal advice where necessary, whether it is for commercial contracts, sponsorship agreements or confidentiality agreements.

The partnership with AeroDelft aligns perfectly with our firm’s aviation practice. If you have any questions about the partnership or aviation matters, please feel free to contact us.

Ambassador Nederlands Fotomuseum

LVH Advocaten is an ambassador for the Nederlands Fotomuseum.

The Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam is the national museum for photography with an impressive collection of more than 5,5 million images. The museum shows photography in all its facets: documentary and experimental, contemporary and historical. Besides exhibitions with big names from the Dutch and international photography world, the museum regularly shows work from its own collection. This represents an important part of the visual heritage of the Netherlands.


The Nederlands Fotomuseum presents about ten exhibitions each year. Historical and contemporary photography, Dutch and international, alternate. More than once the museum programs installation art, in which photography or film plays a role. In recent years work by photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Nan Goldin, Lewis Hine, Alfredo Jaar, Josef Koudelka and Viviane Sassen has been presented in major exhibitions. The museum also has an eye for young talent. This is demonstrated by the annual Steenbergen Stipend and the exhibition series Quickscan NL.

The museum regularly focuses on its own productions. The museum’s collection is a source of inspiration and research, which results in splendid exhibitions and publications. Productions are also regularly realized in collaboration with foreign partners such as BOZAR (Brussels), Le Bal (Paris), Magnum Photos (Paris) and MAPFRE (Madrid).