That require lawyers who empathize with their clients and are able to fix the problem as quickly as possible. And, if necessary, to go just that little bit further.
Our employment lawyers mainly assist companies, but also act on behalf of employees. The employment law specialists are engaged in advising and litigating on a range of subjects in the field of employment law.
In commercial law, lawyers assist with commercial contracts and related proceedings. The lawyers at Blenheim advise and litigate within the broad spectrum of international trade.
The specialised corporate lawyers at Blenheim have many years of experience in advising and litigating within the field of corporate law and often assist with company takeovers. Clients value us as an enterprising team of specialists with extensive industry knoweldge. Our corporate lawyers pride themselves on adopting a no-nonsense approach, in addition to legal excellence, and understand that creativity and personalized advice is paramount.
Our lawyers specialise in conducting legal proceedings: proceedings on the merits, summary proceedings, appeals, and arbitration proceedings. A procedural lawyer at Blenheim will be happy to assist you in order to prevent legal disputes and, if disputes have already arisen, to settle them using all necessary legal means.
Real estate (property) is a specialisation of Blenheim. For many years, Blenheim's property lawyers have been assisting clients on the various aspects of real estate.
Contract law governs agreements that are concluded on a daily basis. A contract law lawyer knows the ins and outs of the legislation and case law governing contracts. An excellently drafted contract should be the starting point. Lawyers at Blenheim specialised in contract law are at your service.
Our administrative lawyers are specialists in regulatory compliance, permits and other government issues. Administrative law deals with decisions, enforcement and other government measures from which disputes arise. The General Administrative Law Act (Algemene wet bestuursrecht or Awb) forms the legal framework for legal protection in these cases.
Lawyers practicing liability law assist clients who have issues related to liability. This includes clients who are claiming damages and those defending against liability.
Tenancy law lawyers advise and litigate on the lease of business premises and residential accommodation. They are specialists in rental agreements.
Intellectual property law governs the rights of the inventor or creator of, for example, a product, invention, brand name, piece of music or literary work. Intellectual Property Law is a collective term for several related areas of law. The lawyers at Blenheim whose practice focuses on Intellectual Property Law are specialised in (among others) copyright law, trademark law, design law, trade name law and domain name law.
Blenheim is aware that in a society in which digitisation and data are becoming increasingly important and technological developments occur rapidly, as a progressive law form, you must follow these developments closely. Data is called the oil of the 21st century. The possession and collection of data offers companies enormous opportunities in a wide range of sectors. At the same time, legislation is always lagging behind (technological) developments. Moreover, there are many risks associated with the use of new techniques, both in the area of compliance and at company level. Privacy, for example, is playing an increasingly important role in this regard.
The rapidly changing world of financial markets poses many challenges. In recent years, companies and financial institutions have been increasingly confronted with complex (inter)national laws and regulations. Blenheim’s banking/financial lawyers have specialised knowledge in all areas of financial law. These include capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, financing, financial disputes, market abuse, regulation and supervision.
Law is playing an increasingly important role in international business. Blenheim has a team of internationally trained lawyers, as well as foreign lawyers, to assist its clients.
Arbitration is a means of dispute resolution that enables private parties to resolve disputes without resorting to court litigation. It is a consensual process in which parties agree for a dispute to be heard by an independent tribunal of arbitrators, who have the power to make a binding decision on the matter. Arbitration is typically used for commercial disputes, providing parties with an enforceable, efficient, and confidential alternative to court litigation.
In recent years, Blenheim Advocaten has grown into a major player in the field of corporate litigation. Our corporate litigation attorneys have been involved in nearly 10% of the total number of inquiry procedure (enquête procedure) requests which were filed in 2019.