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By: K. Canatan

NEWS: Meijers Canatan Advocaten expands into Groningen

On 04, Jan 2022 | In News | By: K. Canatan

Meijers Canatan Lawyers opens Groningen office. Staffed by Paul van Jaarsveld With this third office we are expanding our national coverage after having opened an office at Schiphol Airport earlier. You can find our office at Hereplein 3.



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By: K. Canatan

Lawyers ready for the next step?

On 26, Feb 2021 | In News | By: K. Canatan

Are you an independent lawyer or do you and one or more other lawyers already have an existing firm and would you like to take your practice to a higher level? In a few months' time (after a thorough renovation), Meijers Canatan Advocaten will offer various possibilities for you to join us, ranging from the use of flexi-desks, holding an office under your own name to practising fully under our banner, including the supply of new (criminal) cases.

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By: K. Canatan

Farewell Gabriel Meijers on 1 January 2019

On 03, Dec 2018 | In News | By: K. Canatan

On 1 January 2019, Gabriel Meijers will retire as a lawyer and with that from Meijers Canatan Advocaten. Gabriel was sworn in as a lawyer in 1986. After his traineeship at Moszkowicz Advocaten in Maastricht, he worked from 1989 to June 2008 successively at Abma Van Eeuwijk and Abma Scheurs Advocaten Notarissen in Amsterdam. Since 1 June 2008 he has been a partner in Meijers Canatan Advocaten in Amsterdam, which he co-founded.



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By: Tom Gijsberts

RSJ: Detained away from terrorist ward Vught because of threats.

On 16, Nov 2017 | In News | By: Tom Gijsberts

The appeals committee of the Council for the Administration of Criminal Justice and Protection of Juveniles (Raad voor Strafrechtstoepassing en Jeugdbescherming, RSJ) ruled this week that a detainee may leave the terrorist ward in Vught because his safety was insufficiently guaranteed there.



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By: Tom Gijsberts

Tourists visiting Amsterdam Dance Event should read this

On 07, Oct 2016 | In News | By: Tom Gijsberts

As the 2016 edition of Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) will take place from October 19th-23rd, tourists visiting this event should know that the Dutch authorities regularly visit partygoers to see whether they possess drugs. Last year, 262 persons have been arrested on drug-related charges around ADE. Therefore, it is important to know what is and what isn't allowed in the Netherlands.

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