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Tan Advocatuur is a boutique law firm specialised in
Supreme Court litigation

FIRM

Our focus is Supreme Court litigation. We combine the legal quality of the traditional Supreme Court bar with the service level of a top-tier law firm. We do that through clear advice, effective litigation, fast communication and transparent fee arrangements.

ABOUT ROBBERT TAN

Robbert was sworn in as attorney in 2008, when he joined De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek (in The Hague, Amsterdam, London). There, he specialised in Supreme Court litigation and complex commercial and corporate disputes. In 2017, he went on to found Tan Advocatuur.

Robbert read Law at Utrecht University (LLB, LLM) and Chinese studies at SOAS, University of London (MA), in addition to periods studying Art History and Law at the universities of St Andrews and Cambridge.

He has particular expertise in procedural, tort, contract and company law, in addition to class actions. Next to law, art has his particular interest.

LANGUAGES

Dutch, English, French


PRACTICE

Supreme Court litigation is legal bespoke, practised exclusively by attorneys admitted to the Supreme Court Bar. It brings together a love of the law with the ability to use the law in the client’s interest.

Tan Advocatuur:

  • advises on the chances of Supreme Court appeal
  • provides second opinions
  • litigates on behalf of claimants and defendants before the Supreme Court
  • acts in preliminary ruling procedures before the Supreme Court
  • acts as counsel in proceedings before the district court and court of appeal.

    CONTACT

    Tan Advocatuur B.V.
    Weesperstraat 61
    1018 VN Amsterdam

    Telephone +31 20 2333344
    Fax +31 20 2581777

    robbert.tan@tanadvocatuur.com

    Supreme Court appeal usually has to be filed within 3 months from the judgment at hand. In order to best prepare a possible appeal, please contact us as soon as possible after receiving the judgment.