Huib Schrama has joined law firm Rutgers & Posch as a partner in commercial litigation with effect from 1 January. Schrama is transferring from Loyens & Loeff, where he gained twelve years of (international) commercial litigation experience. Schrama’s appointment further strengthens the (international) litigation practice of Rutgers & Posch.
At Rutgers & Posch Schrama (36) will assist (international) companies, entrepreneurs and investors with (litigation) advice on commercial disputes and contracts. Schrama has extensive experience in contract and liability law, private international law, attachment and enforcement law, and corporate law. Furthermore, he specializes in mass damage cases such as class actions and settlements and cartel damage cases.
Inge de Laat, Managing Partner at Rutgers & Posch, is pleased with the appointment: “Huib has extensive experience with (international) commercial disputes and contracts. Part of Rutgers & Posch’s strategy is to strengthen the corporate practice with a broad litigation practice. Huib’s arrival fits well with that strategy and the previous reinforcements of our litigation practice.”
“I have come to know Rutgers & Posch as a refreshing boutique firm that provides a wide range of services,” says Schrama. “That combination has great potential and fits perfectly with my vision of the legal profession. My clients like working with smaller, specialized teams, even in complex and international cases.”
In addition to its commercial litigation practice, Rutgers & Posch’s litigation practice also focuses in particular on corporate disputes and insolvency-related matters.