Kneppelhout & Korthals is a mid-sized, full-service legal firm. This fact is important for you – something we’ve been saying for years. But why is this really so important for you?

The advantage of being a mid-sized firm is that we are small enough for everyone in the firm to know everyone else, to respect each other and to make a go of it together.  Yet we are large enough to be able to handle important, large cases. We join forces and are not affected by the law of diminishing returns.

Specialist, not a generalist
Full service means that we can assist you with all relevant specialisms – effectively and efficiently. And, of course, we go the extra mile and adapt our services to fit your situation and you as a businessperson. Because specialists are just a little faster, more effective and better informed than generalists.

Not only participate, but also win
At Kneppelhout, we have specialists that know everything there is to know about matters such as international trade, customs cases, additional claims, chain liability, specific labour law cases, patents, financial audits, relaunching businesses and legal structures. Our lawyers and employees work at an extremely high level. It’s a must – because we not only want to participate, we want to win. We would like to show you what they do and how they do it, as well as what this can mean in extra value for you.

Our greatest specialism is teamwork
Synergy and together are our magic words. Because in practice, many cases are multidisciplinary and have an international component. Such as a case involving a merger in which all business and legal aspects must be illuminated – private-law positions, liabilities, commercial contracts, labour law matters and intellectual property.

We tackle all these things together. If we do not have a certain specialism in house (such as tax expertise), then we call in external specialists. Our international network, too, can certainly provide your company with extra value as well. Our world, particularly for businesspeople, does not stop at national borders, the Dutch language or Dutch law.