Legal practice area registration ("Rechtsgebieden registratie"). The advocates listed in this overview have registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal areas. Based on this registration, they are 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.
The Netherlands is a top choice for companies looking to establish their first European venture or expand activities across Europe due to its prime location, excellent infrastructure, and attractive business climate. At Hogan Lovells Amsterdam, our experienced team handles a wide range of business matters, whether you're starting a business in the Netherlands, already operating locally, or navigating cross-border issues.
We provide results-oriented, practical advice in a timely and efficient manner. Our multidisciplinary team of lawyers, including a civil notary and tax specialists, understands your business and knows your markets. And we understand how local and international issues affect them. We also collaborate with our global colleagues—working seamlessly across legal disciplines, jurisdictions, and industries—to bring the full power of Hogan Lovells to bear in managing international transactions.
We advise clients on a full spectrum of legal matters, including corporate and finance (M&A, debt, and equity markets), banking and structured finance transactions, and dispute resolution (employment and class actions). Our intellectual property practice offers contentious as well as non-contentious services, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, design rights, media, advertising, and sport sponsorships. We have strong expertise in regulatory compliance, including privacy and cybersecurity, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, and medical devices and technology, especially related to the life sciences and healthcare sector interacting with supervisory authorities throughout the European Union.
Our Amsterdam team is also committed to fostering an inclusive culture and protecting the planet. We focus on gender diversity, ethnic and cultural diversity, inclusion for LGBTQ+ individuals, and more. As just one example, 40% of partners in our office are female. And we work to make the world a better place, partnering with Rewilding Europe to help find solutions to environmental stresses and to promote ecological stability and renewal.
Hogan Lovells filed the English-language general terms and conditions of the office with the Amsterdam District Court under number 15/2024.