Erasmus University Rotterdam. Universität Konstanz (Germany).
Bouwe Bos has been a solicitor at Leeman Verheijden Huntjens since 2003. He was made partner in 2016.
Bouwe deals with conflicts and solving them. He enforces legal procedures or gives advise in conflict situations. By talking to his client and by asking the right questions, Bouwe gathers all the information he needs to determine a strategy, of course together with his client with the obvious aim to achieve the best possible result for the client. This can be a positive ruling or a settlement so the risks and costs of further litigation are avoided.
A good lawyer investigates what the interest of his client is and delivers with its client a team- effort to achieve these interests as near as possible. (Bouwe Bos)
Understanding of complex facts, analytical ability, legal knowledge and passion. These are the qualities that Bouwe possesses in order to be a good litigator who is able to litigate effectively.
In accordance with Article 35b(1) of the Legal Profession Regulations Bouwe has registered the following legal areas in the register of legal areas of the Netherlands Bar: litigation. According to the standards of the Netherlands Bar the registration obliges him to obtain ten training credits per year in each of the registered legal areas.
Committed, competitive and rational.
A share transfer or asset/liability transaction is generally a complex process and has many pitfalls. It goes without saying that good advice on such a takeover contract is necessary, in which the agreements between the parties are clearly and correctly recorded.
Under Dutch law, there are several instances that proceedings can go through, being first instance in the district court followed by the appeal court. In the event of appeal, the case will be completely reassessed and you will also be able to put forward new points of view and arguments.
The law provides a rule for answering this question, but the lease agreement may include different agreements. In practice that happens, but these agreements are often unclear or undated, creating opportunities and threats.
Minister Kamp of Economic Affairs is looking into the possibility of enshrining the Dutch Franchise Code in the law. This is stated in a letter he has written to the Dutch House of Representatives. It means the Franchise Code may come to play a role in legal proceedings involving franchise disputes.
business and government
companies in financial struggle
commercial property and investment
enterprise and government
business and government
aviation, enterprise and business