Innovative solutions and a proactive approach
Our Litigation and Dispute Resolution team has broad and extensive experience in the field of litigation and operates on the highest level. Our experienced lawyers successfully settle complex disputes. When pursuing the clients’ aims, we offer innovative solutions and a proactive approach.
A means to an end
We work in close cooperation with our clients in order to choose the right strategy and tactics. Our aim is to create value for our clients. We understand that litigation is not a goal in itself, but a means to an end. By finding the right balance between litigating and negotiating, we achieve the best possible result. Our approach adapts to the situation: firm where necessary and cautious when required.
Our lawyers specialize in international proceedings, arbitration, corporate litigation, commercial disputes, liability proceedings, enforcement disputes, disputes in the financial sector, insolvency proceedings, proceedings under competition law, intellectual property proceedings, insurance matters and professional liability proceedings.
Our lawyers have extensive experience in proceedings, not just at courts and courts of appeal in the Benelux, including proceedings at the Enterprise Chamber of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal, but also as team players in cross border disputes. They also have broad experience in international arbitration, including arbitration at the Netherlands Arbitration Institute, ICC, SIAC and ad-hoc.
Buren advises a Russian multinational on arbitration proceedings before the Association Français d’Arbitrage (AFA) in Paris in a dispute regarding the breach of a European distribution agreement
Buren advises a Dutch heat exchange equipment producer in arbitration proceedings before the Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) for breach of licensed trade secrets and subsequent patent
Buren advises a leading German architect and consultancy firm in a dispute with a renowned interior designer in relation to a luxury hotel realized in the UAE.
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