Company law is a part of private law that concerns legal entities, and focuses on for-profit businesses, i.e. companies.
Doing business involves spotting and tracking opportunities and daring to take risks. And that works best if you are not hampered by legal rigmarole. But unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way in practice and entrepreneurs often have to deal with countless cases that have little to do with the business which they are so good at themselves. The absence of an adequate response to such cases can often have major consequences.
How good it is when you, as an entrepreneur, have the freedom to get the best out of your business while limiting the risks to a minimum, thanks to a partner that, as a lawyer and trusted adviser, is always ready to support you in word and deed. The Guido de Wit law firm shapes the legal structure of your business, records legal agreements, conducts negotiations and supports you if there are disputes within your company or with third parties. Our specialists are there to help prevent conflicts or to settle them in your favour. That means freedom and certainty at the same time.