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Name: Sander Schouten
Firm Name: AMS Advocaten
Country: Netherlands
Expertise: Debt Recovery Law

Telephone: +31 (0)20-3080315
Fax: +31 (0)20-3080325
Email: [email protected]

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Professional Biography:

Sander Schouten is our exclusively recommended Debt Recovery Law expert in the Netherlands on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Sander directly using the contact details listed above.

Dutch lawyer Sander has practiced law in Amsterdam since 2001. He studied Dutch corporate law at the University of Utrecht. Sander has worked with two law firms in Amsterdam before co-founding law firm AMS Advocaten N.V.

Sander Schouten both advises and litigates in:

  • Dutch employment law
  • Dutch corporate law
  • Dutch contract law
  • Dutch insolvency law and restructuring
  • Dutch debt collection

Also, he regularly draws up contracts and general terms and conditions for his clients.

Apart from working as a corporate attorney in the Netherlands, Sander is regularly appointed by the district court in Amsterdam as receiver in insolvencies. In this capacity, he has gained a great deal of experience in insolvency law and is thus well suited to assist in conflicts with receivers, creditors, or to give advice on a reorganisation through insolvency.

Sander Schouten successfully completed the postgraduate specialisation course in Insolvency Law at the Grotius Academy of the University of Nijmegen. He is a member of INSOLAD, the association for Dutch insolvency lawyers, and INSOL Europe.

Firm Overview

Dutch law firm AMS is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Our lawyers have gained a broad experience in advising and litigating for (international) companies and individuals, focusing on contract law, corporate law, insolvency and restructuring, real estate, commercial tenancy law, labour and employment law and construction law. The attorneys are highly involved with their client’s interests and offer a sharp and transparent fee structure.

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