What you see is what you get. Nothing less.
Firm and fast. This is how Robert van Moorsel is described by his clients. These qualities are driven by his technical knowledge and practical approach. Because of this and his knowledge of politics, members of Dutch parliament frequently request him to share his view on the future Dutch legislation in relation to EU law and regulations.
He has a passion for achieving equal competition and a level playing field between corporations. As such, he is the sole attorney to successfully play a decisive role in making Dutch recovery/insolvency legislation less inequitable for medium-sized corporations and less hazardous for managing directors, unsecured creditors, and employees in the Dutch legislative processes of the “Dutch Scheme” / Act on the Confirmation of Extrajudicial Restructuring Plans, WHOA (in 2020) and the WCO I (in 2017), respectively.
Robert combines his corporate & recovery capabilities with specific Life Sciences and Technology sector interest and expertise. He enjoys drafting and negotiating contracts. While he is specifically known for his perseverance and passionate approach, this is always done with sharp focus on the client’s interests and a satisfactory conclusion.
Robert van Moorsel has more than 25 years of experience as a corporate lawyer and recovery lawyer. Previously, he worked as an associate with the international law firm Trenité van Doorne. During his time at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Landwell in the Netherlands, Robert founded the Recovery Law department. After PwC/Landwell, he worked as an equity partner (corporate & recovery) at HerikVerhulst NV, a law firm predominantly specialized in Dutch law.
Declaration under article 35b sub 1 Regeling op de advocatuur
Mr. Robert C.M. van Moorsel has registered the following principal legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice area (rechtsgebiedenregister): Corporate law and Insolvency law.
Based on this registration, he is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.