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Caspar Scholten

Attorney-at-law (Partner)

+31 (0) 20 620 22 88
+31 (0)6 10 06 61 76
Dutch, English, German

Working areas

Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Insolvency and restructuring, Commercial contracts

About Caspar Scholten

Attorney since 2008 and with Bergh Stoop & Sanders since 2011. In 2015 the first partner appointed after the founding of the firm. Focuses on both M&A and (corporate) litigation and specialises in the liability of directors and supervisory directors. He publishes regularly on this subject, partly in the light of the social and ethical role of directors. 

Areas of focus

Acquisitions, mostly in the tech sector

Proceedings before the Enterprise Chamber (inquiry proceedings) and other courts

Advising on the position of directors, supervisory directors and shareholders

Business Ethics, governance issues and complex (social) decision-making, ESG


Bergh Stoop & Sanders (2011 – today; partner since 2015)

Laytons Solicitors, London (2014)

Simmons & Simmons (2008 – 2011)


Grotius Academy, Company and Corporate Law (2012 – 2013)

Hümboldt University of Berlin (2007)

Radboud University Nijmegen (Law and Business Administration) (2006)

Various publications in the field of company law

Annotations JOR

Personal/ additional functions

Member of the Supervisory Board of Stichting Democratie & Media

Board Member Read My World Foundation

Member of the committee of recommendation Stichting Blikverruimers

Founder and member of ambassadors’ network ‘de Mix van de Balie’

Register of jurisdictions

Caspar Scholten has registered the legal area Business Law in the Register of Legal Entities of the Netherlands Bar Association. This registration obliges him to obtain ten training points each calendar year in this registered area of law in accordance with the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.


The Mobile Company gets acquired by Apadmi

Caspar Scholten

Crimean treasures awarded to Ukraine

Ukraine vs. four Crimea museums and the Allard Pierson Museum

Caspar Scholten has written another annotation for JOR (november 2016)