The do’s and don’ts from law and experience.
Our restructuring & insolvency team holds a great number of specialists on restructuring, financing, refinancing, insolvency, liability working closely together with our other practice groups such as tax, employment & benefits and M&A. Our broad experience, domestic and abroad, makes us a favoured partner for complex and sensitive cases.
Experienced and engaged
Working with and thus knowing the dynamics on all sides we provide realistic, smart advice for all involved with bankruptcy. We advise retail companies such as Mexx and V&D, healthcare organisations, creditors with inventory claims as well as directors of bankrupt companies. We also assist acquisition candidates with restarts and executives with liability claims.
We apply our experience and insight on rescue operations as well. With sincere engagement and a thorough understanding of the situation, the market and all influential to make or break a turnaround. Financial distress, creditors pressing for payment, nervous employees - we know the do’s and don’ts.
We advise domestic and international entrepreneurs, executives, commissioners, shareholders, works councils and investors on:
Laurens Prickartz, senior associate at Buren, has been appointed as trustee in the bankruptcy of
Mr. Peter C. Rijken, lawyer at Buren, was appointed by the court of The Hague as trustee of Haaglanden clinic (Dutch Centre for Plastic Surgery). Nederlands Centrum Voor Plastische Chirurgie
Mr. Martijn Vermeeren, lawyer at Buren, was appointed by the court of The Hague as one of the trustees of the Etam Group. Etam Groep Holding B.V. in Zoetermeer (Zuid-Holland) was declared
The trustees of the Etam Group, Mr. Pierre van Voorst and Mr. Martijn Vermeeren, presented the ninth public liquidation report. The trustees are obliged to report regularly on the settlement of the bankruptcy to the magistrate.
Laurens Prickartz and Ruud Brunninkhuis, attorneys-at-law at Buren, have published a country report on The Netherlands in Eurofenix, the journal of INSOL Europe. The
In May 2016 the Enterprise Chamber (special division of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal) had surprisingly found that the right of the Works Council to be consulted is in principle incompatible with the role of the bankruptcy trustee in the