Corporate law

Corporate law is a broad area of law that includes the laws and regulations that are relevant to companies, such as rRules on the establishment of a company and on its termination. But also about cooperation, financing, contracts, privacy, liability and bankruptcies. Nysingh's lawyers and notaries are at home in corporate law and have the expertise to answer all your questions.

I am always happy to assist you. Feel free to contact me if you need legal advice

Eveline Hoogeterp

Lawyer

Our corporate lawyers

Nysingh’s corporate law team has been the permanent business partner of many companies, for many years. From small, local businesses, e-commerce companies and family businesses to large (international) companies. We work for boards of directors, management, supervisors and administrators, as well as for participation councils and HRM departments.

 

As corporate lawyers we distinguish between your business and your organisation, at every stage of the business cycle.

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When it comes to your business, we understand that a product starts with an idea. That idea and its elaboration must be protected. Eventually, of course, the idea must go into production. Therefore, you need to purchase machines and raw materials. Everything you do must comply with the applicable laws and regulations. In addition, everything has to be financed, and it may be necessary to hire staff. Once the product has been produced, it must be marketed and distributed, via distribution channels or directly to the end customer. Finally, a correct follow-up in terms of after-sales service and guarantees is needed.

 

When it comes to your organisation, we understand how it can best be organised (governance) and structured. Both in good times, and in difficult times. In the latter case, our experience, knowledge and expertise in the field of bankruptcy law can really help you.

 

We’re always happy to assist you. Feel free to contact us if you need legal advice on:

  • the creation, structuring and termination of companies
  • governance and supervision
  • mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and forms of cooperation.
  • restructuring and reorganisation
  • bankruptcy and suspension of payments
  • directors’ and supervisors’ liability
  • commercial contracts and general terms and conditions
  • intellectual property rights
  • ICT law
  • disputes and procedures
  • alternative dispute resolution

Stay up to date with company law

Nysingh regularly gives online seminars, (in-house) training courses, workshops and courses on current issues in corporate law. We do this for boards, management, supervisors, HRM departments, employee participation councils and policy officers. Check here for scheduled Nysingh Academy meetings.

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