Loyens & Loeff

Litigation & Risk Management

Loyens & Loeff has a long-standing tradition of litigation and arbitration proceedings involving a broad range of industries, services, regions and jurisdictions. In order to meet the demands of its (international) client base, Loyens & Loeff regularly represents clients in domestic and cross-border litigation, as well as in domestic and international arbitration. Clients among others include financial institutions, governments, corporations active in construction, in the energy, chemical, pharmaceutical, food and auto-motive industry, as well as providers of telecommunication services and information technology.

Since a couple of years Loyens & Loeff expanded its dispute resolution services and set up a mediation practice. In addition to party counsellor in a mediation, Loyens & Loeff mediators have acted as mediator in commercial, corporate and tax disputes where among others insurance companies, trade organisations, large corporations and entrepreneurs were one of disputing parties.


What others say about us

Chambers: "Extensive litigation team active on a range of disputes for national and international clients. Expertise includes corporate, banking, insurance and tax disputes. Represents plaintiffs and defendants, with additional experience in real estate and professional liability cases. Also acts in conjunction with the firm's corporate investigations team. Recent client wins include United Vansen International Sports. Clients praise the "high-quality" team for being "on the ball and proactive" and displaying "good strategic thinking." One particularly impressed client enthuses: "They are very responsive to the needs of the client. Their legal opinions are always prompt and thorough," adding: "They always make client feel that they are a priority." Advised Rabobank on an investigation into alleged misconduct at its subsidiary, FGH Bank".


Legal 500: "The ‘helpful, responsive and knowledgeable’ team at Loyens & Loeff is active in the field of litigation, with recent cases spanning fraud, contract and competition litigation and disputes arising in the context of bankruptcy and liquidation".


 

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