Disputes and liability

How can we help you?

Every day, the lawyers at Hoens & Souren are working on issues such as:

  • Arguments between shareholders
  • Standing up for minority shareholders in need
  • Conflicts regarding acquisitions
  • Liability, dismissal and suspension of directors
  • Conflicts with ‘special credits’ departments of banks

We do this as commissioned by shareholders, directors, supervisory directors, and works councils.

For example, conflicts between shareholders often get out of hand. We have experience with specific procedures such as:

  • Dispute settlement rules
  • Inquiry proceedings (including immediate relief)
  • Seizure of evidence

Most cases can be resolved out of court.

Do you want to know more?

Do you have a question or would you just like to share your thoughts? Feel free to contact Pierre van Voorst

Why Hoens & Souren?

Our lawyers act on the basis of the following core values: added value and craftsmanship. The client’s interest is always our primary objective. Simply working on a case is not enough: our commitment must always result in a positive outcome for the client. Our lawyers are trained not only as specialised legal experts in the area of company law, but also in practical skills such as negotiation, understanding annual accounts and administration, and – of course – litigation. We prefer short lines, fast, effective communication, and proper accessibility.

Examples of what we have achieved for our clients

Intense conflict between shareholders in family business settled

The relationship between the shareholders of a family business had become seriously damaged. Negotiations had reached an impasse. Read how we came to a solution.

The difficult position of the minority shareholder.

Following a dispute between the directors of a company, our client was sacked. He was offered a mere pittance for his shares. Read about our approach.

Dispute regarding a cancelled takeove

Our client placed an opening bid on the shares of a company. The acquisition date was postponed. Then the seller suddenly switched dealings to another party. Read on.