Lexence

Lexence behaalt uitstekende resultaten in Chambers Global 2019

15 februari 2019 – De nieuwe rankings van Chambers Global zijn bekendgemaakt. We zijn trots op de mooie resultaten: Corporate/M&A is gestegen naar Band 1 en Dispute Resolution is gestegen naar Band 4! Lees hieronder verder voor de quotes en beschrijvingen die Chambers dankzij onze referenten kon formuleren.

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Banking & Finance

Charles Destrée of Lexence is described by a client as a ‘helpful and strong lawyer’, and another interviewee highlights his ability to ‘pick up the case and keep an eye on the deadlines’. He advises on both regulatory and transactional mandates.”

Corporate/M&A: Mid-Market, band 1

Luc Habets is particularly active in Dutch mid-market private equity matters, regularly acting for private equity houses. He also assists corporate clients with transactional mandates. According to a source, he is ‘a charismatic and skilled lawyer’, while another interviewee describes him as ‘super pragmatic’ and a lawyer who ‘instils confidence in both parties at the negotiation table’.”

“According to clients, Michiel van Schooten is a ‘very commercially minded lawyer’, who is able to ‘understand what the client’s objectives are and work towards the client’s goals’. He handles mandates relating to M&A and investments, and advised Endeit Capital on its investments in Chronext.”

Dispute Resolution, band 4

Bram Thomas Craemer offers experience in commercial and contractual litigation. A client describes him as a ‘sharp and skilled lawyer’, while another notes that ‘he has excellent commercial judgement, is pragmatic and is also a good negotiator’. He acts for clients in the media sector, regularly representing RTL Nederland in commercial disputes.”

Timo Jansen is praised for his ‘excellent commercial awareness and understanding of corporate thinking and dynamics’. He handles shareholder disputes, post-M&A litigation and professional and directors’ liability proceedings. He represented Dental Clinics in a number of post-acquisition disputes.”