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Maarten Sanders

Attorney-at-law (Partner)

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+31 (0)20 620 22 88
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maartensanders@berghstoop.com
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Working areas

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

About Maarten Sanders

His starting point: every case must ultimately be resolved. This goes without saying in the transaction practice, but also in the litigation practice. His starting point is that a procedure is a means to an end and that litigation is not a goal in itself. He brings the weight of years of experience to bear in getting stalled cases back on track.

Areas of focus

Internationale overnamepraktijk

Fusies en overnames

Internationale geschillenbeslechting

Ondernemingsrecht in ruime zin

Kunst en cultuur

Gereguleerde sectoren

Technologiebedrijven

Career

Bergh Stoop & Sanders (2009 – today)

Stibbe (1987 – 2009; partner 1995 – 2009)

Stibbe New York (1989 – 1990)

Academic

University of Amsterdam

Columbia University Summer Program in American Law

Holds regular lectures and publishes in professional journals and newspapers

Lecturer Corporate Law Bachelor Accountancy at Nyenrode Business University

Personal/ additional functions

Board member of Movies That Matter 

Chairman of the board of the Noorderkerk Concerts Foundation Amsterdam

Former Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Dutch Stockholders’ Association (Vereniging Effectenbezitters) (2017 – 2021)¬†

(Solo) sailor

Register of jurisdictions

Maarten Sanders has registered the field of Corporate Law in the Register of Legal Practice Areas of the Netherlands Bar Association. This registration obliges him to obtain ten training points in this registered area of law every calendar year in accordance with the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.

News

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)

Aad Stoop and Caspar Scholten defended Greenchoice in various proceedings before the Enterprise Division