Our law firm has extensive experience with advising of and litigating for businesses. Our lawyers have the necesarry knowledge and experience to assist companies in their various legal challanges. Therefore, the firm often acts as the regular attorney for a company.
Our law firm advices individuals in numerous practice areas. Our lawyers have a personal approach to clients. They prefer to resolve conflicts by advising and mediation. However, if necessary for the interests of our clients, our lawyers do not avoid legal proceedings.
Our law firm provides public authorities, municipalities, provinces, water boards, educational institutions, universities and semi-state-controlled companies often with legal advice. Our lawyers have the required legal expertise and the necessary background knowlegde of such institutions.
Groenendijk & Kloppenburg Lawyers is a medium-sized law firm based in Leiden, the Netherlands. Our services cover a wide range of different practice areas and we may pride ourselves on a rich history. For over 115 years we have served individuals, (semi-)governments and public authorities, non-profit organizations and (inter)national companies with (legal) advice, assistance in legal proceedings and sharing professional knowledge.
As a matter of course the interests of our clients come first. Our lawyers strive for maximum results when attending to your legal questions. Our approach starts with a thorough knowledge of you as a client. After punctilious assessment of your needs, you can count on clear agreements and an expert, open and direct approach.
With discerning advice and negotiations we aim at avoiding legal proceedings as much as possible. Should your problem still require litigation, we can offer you vast (lawsuit) experience. If necessary, even to the Supreme Court. It goes without saying that we also see to the progress of the lawsuit.
As a medium-sized, specialised office we can offer you affordable rates. Price agreements are also possible. Thanks to our flexible organisation, our lawyers can provide fast service and give your case the attention it deserves. Please contact us for an obligation-free initial consultation in our office in Leiden.
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The Balanced Labour Market Act (WAB) entered into force on 1 January 2020.