The Netherlands and Germany are close trading partners. Trade volumes between the two countries are among the highest in the world.
Schultze & Braun represents the interests of German clients in the Netherlands in relation to insolvency and restructuring as well as company and commercial law matters. Thanks to their personal backgrounds, all of the specialists on our Dutch desk are also able to advise clients in the Dutch language. And all have extensive experience and detailed knowledge of the Dutch legal system – particularly commercial law.
Schultze & Braun helps German clients secure claims against customers in the Netherlands. When, for example, a Dutch customer enters insolvency and the security interest is withdrawn and enforced against the insolvency administrator.
We advise Dutch shareholders of corporate groups with companies in Germany on matters such as corporate reorganisation and liquidation of German groups.
We help German clients recover and exploit trademark rights transferred to a Dutch company prior to filing of an application for insolvency. We negotiate the necessary delimitation and retransfer agreements and agree on exploitation of the trademarks.
- German banks: in connection with credit agreements and the provision and realisation of securities in the Netherlands
- German clients: drafting and negotiation of contracts with Dutch negotiating partners on matters relating to company and commercial law
- German investors: advice and negotiations regarding asset acquisition in the Netherlands
- Issues relating to German-Dutch trade: company formations, joint venture agreements, agency agreements, enforcement of claims.