Lisanne Meijerhof advises international and national entrepreneurs and family businesses. Her specialist areas are corporate law and procedural law, her main focus being on shareholders’ disputes, directors’ liability, GDPR and contracts. Lisanne is a member of the corporate litigation group at Russell Advocaten.
Lisanne is a true litigator. At Russell Advocaten she assists companies in the areas of corporate litigation, corporate law and general law of contracts. In addition, she assists national and international businesses in preparing contracts and General Terms & Conditions. The clients she serves include important business leaders and notable members of the art world. In her Master’s thesis, Lisanne dealt with disputes about damages.
Lisanne loves traveling, skiing, visiting museums and reading.
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On 10 November 2020, the Dutch Senate adopted the Management and Supervision of Legal Entities Act. This affects all associations and foundations, but, above all, nonprofit organizations. As an officer of a sports club, are you now more likely to be liable? Do you have to meet additional requirements when you are a member of the supervisory board of a school?