Every entrepeneur needs legal advice, from advice on an individual dismissal case, mass redundancy, acquisition, the drafting and review of a contract, through to litigation and advice for management and shareholders. The amount of advice required and its frequency may vary, but that’s not important to us; at Voor de Zaak, we provide services to all entrepeneurs.
Our services are not limited to advice only; litigation is an important part of our job as lawyers. Legal disputes are often a highly charged affair because of the effect that the outcome has on all parties involved. We litigate whenever necessary, but always try to find common ground and a workable solution if that is what’s required.
We focus on corporate/commercial and employment law. We complement our services through a network of (inter-)national contacts, which means we can connect you with experts for highly specialised advice (such as competition law or intellectual property law) as well as advice on other national laws (for instance Germany).
Each company is unique and so is the issues it comes across. We commit fully to each case and provide tailor-made solutions of the highest quality. Size doesn’t matter: we are here for you, whether you are a multinational, a small/medium firm or work freelance.
The remuneration depends on the issue at hand and depends on what you need. We like to discuss what works for you, what we can do for you and what amount of legal support you need in order to provide you with our best estimate or fixed fee.
At Voor de Zaak we focus on you, the entrepeneur. We strive to be your informed and trusted adviser on legal issues; that is how we can be a value driver. Providing clear and comprehensible advice is important to us. We are specialists in our field of work. Based on our experience we are quick to understand the issues at hand and are able to provide you with the advice you need. We are open, committed and we are always there for you.
Every entrepeneur who employs people has to deal with employment issues. It starts when they hire someone. Did I use the right type of employment agreement? Further down the line, during the employment, there are other issues that can arise, for instance with regard to sickness or employee participation.
Voor de Zaak provides services and advice on issues of corporate and commercial law. Companies come across legal issues whenever a contract is agreed with other parties. These contracts include supply agreements between manufacturers and wholesalers, but also consultancy agreements, general terms and conditions and international commitments.