Dispute with another company?

Do you have a dispute with a company (e.g. your customer/supplier) and can’t work it out together? Then you can present your dispute to a mediator or a judge.

Conflict mediation

In mediation, a form of conflict mediation in which the parties themselves work towards a solution under expert guidance, a solution can often be found without high costs. This is only possible if both parties voluntarily want to participate in mediation or if your agreement states that mediation must first be tried before one party can go to court.

Referral to the court

If you cannot reach an agreement with the other party, you can consider presenting your conflict to a judge. In that case, one of our lawyers will work with you to draft a writ of summons on your behalf, in which the claim is written and substantiated, and your counterparty is summoned to appear in court.


The writ of summons explains what the conflict is about and what you want, and demands that the court convict your opponent. The summons is therefore the first step in legal proceedings.

Do you have a business dispute and can’t find a solution with your business partner? Contact us to find out what possibilities there are for you to get what you are entitled to.

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