The Netherlands


Located in Amsterdam, our Dutch office is led by a bold, innovative and connected team of lawyers and civil law notaries, with many years' experience in this dynamic market, advising both domestic and international clients.

We represent clients aligned to our international sector specialisms, including financial services, retail, digital business, real estate and infrastructure, life sciences and recruitment. Over the years, we’ve built a reputation for being the go-to firm for technology-led businesses, supporting them with a wide range of specialisms of business law.

We work closely with colleagues globally, providing a seamless cross-border service throughout Europe, and beyond. The team takes a client-centred approach, providing practical legal solutions and focusing on helping clients achieve their business objectives.

 

Find an office


Our lawyers


Careers


Outstanding careers for imaginative people

Features


Smart cities


How can cities become smarter? And what are the challenges and obstacles that might prevent this from happening? Find out about the future of the built environment with our latest research report.

Visit site
Smart cities

Connected consumer


From crowd-funding and data commercialisation to digital health and the sharing economy, we profile the latest thinking in consumer trends online.

Visit site
Connected consumer

Insights


The energy industry needs a ‘grand bargain’ on flexibility

The future of European energy depends on flexibility. This calls for a regulatory rethink based on a grand bargain between all players, says Simon Hobday, partner at Osborne Clarke If

Written on: 7th Apr 2017


Read time 4m

The GDPR: 10 things adtech businesses need to know

Insights from Osborne Clarke’s legal experts on the business impact of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation for the online advertising industry. The new General Data Protection Regulation is

Written on: 22nd Mar 2017


Read time 11m

Private copy levy system: how do recent developments in Spain compare with other EU jurisdictions?

In a judgment given on 10 November 2016, the Spanish Supreme Court annulled the existing private copy levy system which replaced the previous “fee” system on all suitable devices. We

Written on: 9th Mar 2017


Read time 8m

View all insights

Connect with one of our experts


Bas Beenen's Profile Image

Bas Beenen

Managing Partner, The Netherlands

T +31 20 702 8644

Email Bas

Full biog

View all our experts in The Netherlands

View Experts