Reaching solutions in international, historical, local and innovative cases
Our dispute resolution team maintains a reputation and has ample experience in solving complex disputes concerning construction, delivery, intellectual property in various industries.
Never a purpose, but a proven means
Our litigation services develop - in close consultation - a tailor-made strategy that seems most suited for reaching the client’s targets. This may mean that we try to prevent litigation by conducting settlement negotiations, file for injunctions or attachments to ensure recourse for claims, or fully litigate on the merits of the case, in court in arbitration.
We have been involved in court and arbitral cases about the construction of power plants in the Middle East, the design of dredging equipment, the delivery of plants for the food industry, capital equipment to Eastern Europe and Africa, custom made IT solutions, about international cartel cases, termination of distribution and agency contracts, infringement on industrial design and other intellectual property rights, and many more cases. Taking on its social responsibilities Buren has also been involved in restitution claims for stolen WW II art and misappropriated Asian art.
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.
As a development in the legislative program ‘Recalibration of Bankruptcy Law’, the Dutch legislator seeks to introduce pre-insolvency
As China becomes stronger on international trade, it is not surprising that the number of cross-border disputes continues to increase.
The Enterprise Chamber of the Amsterdam Court of Appeals (“Enterprise Chamber”) clarified the rules of engagement that apply in case of