HEUSSEN is an independent, Amsterdam based Dutch law firm. HEUSSEN has a strong international focus and closely co-operates with HEUSSEN Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, one of Germany’s biggest independent law firms, with offices in Berlin, Frankfurt, München, Stuttgart, Brussels and New York and with HEUSSEN ITALIA with its offices in Conegliano, Milan and Rome.
HEUSSEN renders legal services at the highest quality standard. We strongly believe in a multi-disciplinary, result oriented practical approach and do not merely focus on the legal issues. We favour a personal approach, aimed at the needs and desires of our clients. The leading lawyers guide Legal500 (www.legal500.com) recommends HEUSSEN for Corporate and M&A as well as for Employment.
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HEUSSEN participating in Dutch trade mission to Chile
In the first week of December 2014 HEUSSEN partner Paul A. Josephus Jitta joined the Dutch trade mission to Santiago de Chile. This trade mission, organized by the Dutch Centre for the Promotion of Trade (“NCH”), the Dutch Embassy in Chile and port city Rotterdam, was headed by Rotterdam’s mayor Achmed Aboutaleb. Purpose of the mission was to investigate and explore new business possibilities in this most developed Latin American economy. Involved were not only the 14 Dutch companies participating to the mission, but also the Dutch state and the city and port of Rotterdam. At an investment seminar in Santiago HEUSSEN informed the interested Chilean parties about the advantages and the ease of doing business in or via the Netherlands through a Dutch limited liabilited company, both from a tax and legal perspective. HEUSSEN does not only service Chilean clients, but also established good relationships with leading law firms in this promising country.
HEUSSEN triggers new Supreme Court case law on joint-ventures
The Dutch Supreme Court ruled in an internationally operating company’s mismanagement case initiated by HEUSSEN, that not only minority shareholders, but also joint-venture shareholders with an equal stake, can derive far-reaching protection against the other shareholder(‘)s(’) behavior, in particular in the event of threatening changes to voting powers.
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