Tpa  Nico Van Der  Peet 235@2X
NL / EN / DE

“Business law is extremely interesting. The smaller the business, the greater the influence. And the larger the business, the more complex the legal issues and the financial interests. Both types of clients are a great source of satisfaction.”

Nico van der Peet

Nico van der Peet is a driven lawyer who is always ready to assist others. His strength lies in solving and avoiding disputes. In doing so, he shows initiative, maintains transparency and has an eye for a non-legal solution. He can fathom complex issues quickly and is able to present them clearly.

Nico specialises in corporate and business law, with the emphasis on risk and conflict management. He advises on strategic issues and their legal implementation. Examples include governance and compliance, as well as changes to the policy, strategy or the structure of the legal entity. Nico conducts legal proceedings relating to conflicts that have arisen within the business and with third parties. He counsels shareholders, managing directors and supervisory directors, either collectively or as individuals. His activities include litigation relating to shareholder disputes, decision-making and liability.

Nico successfully completed the Grotius Academy training in corporate and business law. He is a member of the Corporate Litigation Association. He is also the founder and organiser of the Limburg Supervisory Directors Day and the platform for regulators: Nico is a tutor at the ICGI, a Maastricht University research institute, where he teaches 'business and liability' and 'disputes within the business'.

Nico van der Peet has registered the following areas of law in the register of the Dutch Bar Association:

  • Civil procedure
    • Arbitration
    • Seizure and enforcement law
    • Litigation
  • Corporate law
    • Professional liability
    • Directors' liability
    • Mergers and acquisitions
    • Companies
    • Associations and foundations
  • Contract law
    • Agency and distribution

This registration obliges Nico to achieve ten permanent education points per calendar year in accordance with the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.


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