Cases
Wise Law has a clear focus on company- and financial law. We work targeted and in a way that is right for you and fits your business.
Cases
Our lawyers have over 25 years of experience in commercial business advisory services and financial services.
Cases
Our clients are whether or not financial enterprises, small and medium sized enterprises and larger ones.
Cases
Wise Law are daily engaged in Company law, Shareholders disputes, Corporate acquisitions, Financial products, Financial enterprises, Finacial disputes and Cases.
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Cases

  • Drafting and advising on company law decision making at Dutch subsidiaries of an international trading company.
  • Adaption of company law establishment of a project development group and introduction of measures to prevent liability of Directors and Supervisory board members.
  • Assisting buyers and sellers with the purchase or sale of companies.
  • Rigging and unbundling of partnerships within capital companies, private companies or otherwise formed joint ventures.
  • The structuring of investments in companies and projects concerning real estate, ships, film, green energy or forestry, including the drafting of the necessary agreements and associated legal documents.
  • Developing products concerning lending, factoring, and emissions on the private capital market, including crowd funding; drafting the necessary agreements and the legal editing of the applicable disclosure documents.
  • Advising and litigating concerning company policy. Particularly with regard to disputes in inquiry procedures at the Enterprise Chamber of the Court of Justice at Amsterdam.
  • Under appointment by the Enterprise Chamber investigating or managing companies which are the subject of an inquiry procedure including in the field of secondment, green energy, construction, ICT, advertising or logistic.
  • Handling procedures at the ‘Klachteninstituut Financiële Dienstverlening’ and advising and litigating concerning disappointing investments due to territorial-, product-, or sector-spreading; neglecting the ‘know your client’ principle, including investments in irresponsible risky shares; and executing investments which are not in line with the agreed investment policy.
  • Consultative work commissioned by an asset manager/manager of investment funds, in the context of the implementation of MIFID regulations.
  • Drafting of management and consultancy contracts of an associated agent for an investment firm.
  • Advising the conditions for Market Entry under the Law of the financial supervision such as prospectus requirements, licence conditions and the extent of legal exceptions and exemptions from monitoring as practised by the AFM and DNB.