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Commercial litigation

We represent clients in contract disputes and tort cases. Our firm has specific expertise in dealing with cross-border disputes, civil procedural law (including jurisdictional questions, attachments of assets and execution disputes) and professional liability cases.

Examples of some of our past and ongoing cases

Represented a large group of consumers with a direct action in a defective products case.

Representing a client in a multimillion cross-border product liability case.

Represent a company in an non-compete and anti-poaching dispute against the former shareholder.

We regularly attach assets on behalf of our clients to protect legal recourse rights for litigation ongoing in the Netherlands and other jurisdictions.

Successfully pursued a breach of contract claim on behalf of a major multinational, leading to delivery of the products and payment of damages.

Defended a large corporate against an attempt to enforce a EUR 130 million arbitral award in the Netherlands.

Represented audit partners and lawyers against professional liability claims.

Successful pursued an eight figure contractual claim in NAI arbitration.

Meet our commercial litigation experts

News & insights

Lindenbaum is proud to sponsor the IBA Annual Litigation Forum

20 February 2024 - News

The International Bar Association will be hosting their three-day Annual Litigation Forum in Amsterdam from 17 to 19 April 2024. This year the Forum will revolve around key litigation themes such as The Hague Convention, cross-border enforcement, the handling of expert witnesses, and trends in class actions. Lindenbaum will be sponsoring the conference diner, and our partners Guido Vergouwen and Damiën Berkhout will be delegates at the Forum.

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Rest assured: reassuring statements may delay the limitation period

15 February 2024 - Insights

The Supreme Court ruled in two recent judgments that reassuring statements, made by the liable person, may cause that the injured party does not yet have the necessary knowledge and insight for the (short) limitation period of Art. 3:310 (1) of the Civil Code to start.

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