Cassation (Supreme Court Appeals)
The Supreme Court is the highest court of justice in the Netherlands. Not every attorney-at-law is qualified to litigate before the Supreme Court. Between 1876 and July 2012, this right was exclusively reserved to members of The Hague Bar.
On 1 July 2012 this ‘monopoly’ was removed and in its place a very strict quality assessment was introduced. Since that date, attorneys-at-law from across the Netherlands are authorised to litigate before the Supreme Court, on condition they have successfully passed the very tough admission exam.
At Banning, Marc Janssen is approved as a cassation lawyer before the Supreme Court. Marc Janssen is head of Banning’s Research Division. He has huge expertise in the field of general (national and international) property law, insolvency law and civil procedure law.
The remainder of the Cassation practice group is made up of attorneys from the Research Department. Together, we can deliver excellence in expertise in all important areas of the law, in particular in corporate law and matrimonial property law.
The main focus of our services is on:
- litigation in cassation cases;
- advising on the possibilities for bringing an appeal before the Supreme Court;
- advising on the approach in proceedings in the fact-finding instance before the courts, with a view to possible cassation proceedings.