Corporate

 

Inquiry proceedings and proceedings with the Enterprise Division of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal

Inquiry proceedings may serve as the right instrument for fact-finding in situations of failing corporate policy and management, to end deadlocks between shareholders, directors, supervisors and (other) corporate bodies in the company and to remove obstacles that threaten the company’s existence, but certainly not always offer the best course of action. The special authorities and expert composition of the Enterprise Division of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal require expert knowledge of the Dutch corporate and procedural law, but also considerable litigation experience with this court. BOLT has extensive experience in dealing with these types of proceedings.

Finished projects

Forcing shareholder exit in unlawful corporate opportunity case; document link | Forcing dilution of shareholders by necessary conversion of loan; document link | Prevention of announced inquiry proceedings against Euronext fund by activist minority shareholder | Defense in litigation against forced acquisition of shares in solar company; document link