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Rob Steenhoek

companies in financial struggle

Rob Steenhoek started his career as a corporate legal counsel at an accountancy firm in 1991. Rob has been working as a lawyer since 1996. He joined the law firm LVH Advocaten in 2001, where he was made partner in 2010. He specialises in business law and insolvency law. In the area of business law, Steenhoek’s activities include advising on commercial contracts, takeovers, on company restructuring and on directors’ liability. In addition Rob is appointed as bankruptcy trustee by the district court of Rotterdam regularly.

Steenhoek is a man with a pragmatic approach and practical solutions, and who never loses sight of human aspects. His approach is service-driven to the core.

In accordance with Article 35b(1) of the Legal Profession Regulations Rob has registered the following legal areas in the register of legal areas of the Netherlands Bar: business law and insolvency law. 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.

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