Litigation lawyer in the netherlands
The practice of our Dutch litigation lawyer in the Netherlands Jacco Bruinsma covers a wide range of areas including commercial litigation and contractual and tort disputes. Jacco assists clients in resolving disputes in the Netherlands using alternative dispute resolution (ADR) whenever possible. Jacco has the expertise that foreign clients need. These methods can be used under Dutch law to bring disputes to a conclusion without having to go through formal Dutch court proceedings. Avoiding court can save time and money, as the dispute can be kept confidential. An important part of his work also focuses on advising on commercial contracts, compliance and analysing business disputes before they lead to civil proceedings. This includes setting up a distribution line, drafting sale and agency agreements, but also a part of product safety and product regulations.
Dutch lawyer for litigation
After starting his career in the legal profession, Jacco seized the opportunity in 2014 to advise entrepreneurs in the manufacturing industry on a variety of civil law issues at the Koninklijke Metaalunie (the Dutch organisation for small and medium-sized enterprises in the metal industry). In this position, Jacco has gained the necessary expertise in the areas of liability, product safety and the position of manufacturing companies in the event of third-party bankruptcies. In addition, our Dutch litigation lawyer in the Netherlands Jacco Bruinsma has been a member of the VNO-NCW|MKB-Nederland Insolvency Working Group since 2016. In this working group, Jacco participates in the formulation of a joint position regarding new (draft) legislation. In 2018, Jacco successfully completed the Grotius specialisation course in business and liability. For manufacturing companies, Jacco also acts in rent cases. If, for instance, you have questions about the drafting or termination of a rental agreement under Dutch law, you can contact our Dutch lawyer for litigation and legal inquiries under Dutch law.
Jacco Bruinsma has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):
– law of obligations
Based on this registration, he is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.