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Dutch British Desk

Furthermore, all of the above is most relevant for companies that already have legal status in the Netherlands. It could well be that your company is registered abroad and wishes to start a business here in the Netherlands, ie doing business in the Netherlands. There are many things to consider when doing business in the Netherlands, such as which legal forms is most suitable, the tax benefits, corporate governance, competition rules in the Netherlands, dispute resolutions etc.

There are a number of ways in which a foreign company, that is not registered in the Netherlands and frequently does business with companies in the Netherlands, can formalize their activities in the Netherlands. Examples of these kind of activities are as follows.

  • setting up a legal entity under the laws of the Netherlands
  • registering a foreign entity in the Netherlands for tax and legal purposes
  • entering into a joint-venture agreement with a company registered under the laws of the Netherlands
  • purchase of assets of or shares in a company registered under the laws of the Netherlands
  • setting up a structure for the commercial agreement for the sale of the products/services
  • setting up the corporate governance structure
  • protecting the intellectual property rights of the company
  • employment law issues etc

Madelon van Breemen is qualified as a Solicitor in England & Wales as well as being admitted to the Dutch bar as advocaat.

Her knowledge of the Dutch market and Dutch legislation, in combination with her English culture and language, means she is well equipped to make a useful contribution to companies in the Netherlands who are active in the English speaking market. Madelon can advise on which legal entity to incorporate and build up the company from scratch from a legal point of view can also help foreign companies that are active on the Dutch market to find their way here in the Dutch market.

David Harreman is a tax lawyer that can assist clients from a tax point of view.

LVH is also a member of the Netherlands British Chamber of Commerce, a network of companies who are active in the Dutch and English market.

Please contact Madelon van Breemen for further information.

Bouwe Bos

litigation

+31 (0)10 209 27 63 bos@lvh-advocaten.nl
Madelon van Breemen

International business to business contracting

+31 (0)10 209 27 65 vanbreemen@lvh-advocaten.nl
Daniël van Genderen

litigation, tender, business and government

+31(0)10 209 27 45 vangenderen@lvh-advocaten.nl
Peter de Graaf

insolvencies and reorganisation

+31 (0)10 209 27 52 degraaf@lvh-advocaten.nl
Yvonne Jansen

rental (contract and eviction), business and shareholders, property

+31 (0)10 209 27 75 jansen@lvh-advocaten.nl
David Harreman

Enterprise and government, Enterprise and shareholders, National and International Tax Law

+31 (0)10 209 27 77 harreman@lvh-advocaten.nl
Lisa Kloot

employment Law and employer representation

+31(0)10 209 27 61 kloot@lvh-advocaten.nl
Ben van Nieuwaal

business and government

+31 (0)10 209 27 45 vannieuwaal@lvh-advocaten.nl
Michelle Reevers

aviation, commercial contracts, business and shareholders

+31 (0)10 209 27 75 reevers@lvh-advocaten.nl
Hans Rijntjes

litigation, rental (contract and eviction), collection, business and shareholders

+31 (0)10 209 27 55 rijntjes@lvh-advocaten.nl
Rob Steenhoek

insolvencies and reorganisation, business and shareholders

+31 (0)10 209 27 52 steenhoek@lvh-advocaten.nl
Peter Verheijden

commercial cooperations, mergers and acquisitions, employment law and employer representation 

+31 (0)10 209 27 75 verheijden@lvh-advocaten.nl
Justin de Vries

insolvencies and reorganisation, business and shareholders

+31 (0)10 209 27 52 devries@lvh-advocaten.nl

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