Kim SpruitenburgKim Spruitenburg has been employed with Lemstra Van der Korst since April 2018. She is specialized in dispute resolution in the field of corporate law.
In 2011 Kim obtained her master in Dutch law at the Radboud University of Nijmegen with honours, specializing in corporate law. During her studies Kim worked as a trainee with several law firms, including with De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek.
After completing her studies, Kim was a researcher and a teacher at the Van der Heijden Institute of the Radboud University of Nijmegen for five years. Kim has written a doctoral thesis about parties entitled to request inquiry proceedings with respect to public and private limited companies (NVs and BVs), which she will defend in public in the autumn of 2018. During this period Kim also worked as a secretary with the Netherlands Enterprise Court at the Amsterdam Court of Appeal, while she was also a senior lecturer in corporate law with the Beroepsopleiding Advocaten (Lawyers Professional Training) and a teacher of corporate law with the Beroepsopleiding Octrooigemachtigden (Patent Agents Professional Training).
Kim regularly publishes articles in the field of Dutch corporate law.
- Comments Supreme Court judgment of 11 November 2016, JOR 2017/2 (Bab/Cordial et al.)
- Comments Supreme Court judgment of 4 November 2016, JOR 2017/1 (Staat der Nederlanden et al./Vereniging van Effectenbezitters)
- K. Spruitenburg, ‘De enquêtebevoegdheid van de rechtspersoon, Ondernemingsrecht 2017/57, p. 327-336 (The legal entity’s right to request an investigation, Corporate Law)
- Comments Netherlands Enterprise Court decision of 19 July 2016, JOR 2016/272 (FEIST)
- K. Spruitenburg, ‘De economische gerechtigdheid in het enquêterecht: follow the money’, in: G.C. Makkink, M.P. Nieuwe Weme, A.P.J. van Wees (ed.), Ik ben niet overtuigd. Opstellen aangeboden aan mr. P. Ingelse ter gelegenheid van zijn terugtreden als voorzitter van de Ondernemingskamer en als vice-president van het Gerechtshof Amsterdam, Prinsengrachtreeks 2015/1, Nijmegen: Ars Aequi Libri 2015, p. 461-475 (The economic entitlement in relation to the right of investigation: follow the money’, published in: G.C. Makkink, M.P. Nieuwe Weme, A.P.J. van Wees (ed.), I am not convinced. Essays presented to P. Ingelse on the occasion of his retirement as president of the Enterprise Court and as vice-president of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal, Prinsengrachtreeks 2015/1, Nijmegen: Ars Aequi Libri 2015, p. 461-475)
- Ars Aequi Katern, KwartaalSignaal Corporate Law 2015/137
- Ars Aequi Katern, KwartaalSignaal Corporate Law 2013/129
- Comments Netherlands Enterprise Court decision of 29 October 2012, JOR 2013/9 (NAD)
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