BZSE Lawyers
BZSE Lawyers camiel koster Eric Jansen Pieter Soons Jelmer Snow Rik Bergman Roeland Zwanikken Joeri Essed Gert Bergman Norbert Hijmans Christian De Jong
Independence and integrity are paramount to the ten lawyers of BZSE. They operate and litigate in an open, transparent and independent manner in order to represent the best interests of their clients. This has provided the lawyers of the office with a strong reputation, notably among local and international corporate clients ... read more
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Overstap van de week: Karel Frielink
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Uncategorized
Joeri Essed
Monday, November 10, 2014

Overstap van de week: Karel Frielink

Mr. magazine, jaargang 10
vrijdag 7 November 2014 door redactie Mr.

Het artikel is afkomstig van: http://www.mr-online.nl/mrs-van-de-week/overstapmr-van-de-week/24925-overstap-van-de-week-karel-frielink

By Joeri Essed
Filed under: Uncategorized
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Changing the people or changing the system?
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Civil
Roeland Zwanikken
Friday, October 03, 2014

Changing the people or changing the system?

An opinion letter addressing the question whether there is solution for the objectionable national sport of ship jumping or ‘flip-flopping’ by MP’s, once they are elected..

By Roeland Zwanikken
Filed under: Civil
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Enforcing court decisions against government
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Civil
Roeland Zwanikken
Friday, September 19, 2014

Enforcing court decisions against government

Sometimes enforcing a court decision against government is a frustrating experience, however, on July 4, 2014 justice was served when the court of first instance delivered an interesting judgment...

By Roeland Zwanikken
Filed under: Civil
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Judicial errors, who is liable in case of unlawful administration of justice?
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Civil
Christian De Jong
Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Judicial errors, who is liable in case of unlawful administration of justice?

Imagine, your business is declared bankrupt by error of the Court, while actually another company should have been declared bankrupt. Understandably, your damages will be enormous. Now what to do?

By Christian De Jong
Filed under: Civil
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