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Vincent Breedveld

Vincent’s DayOne
Oktober 1991
Admitted to the Bar: October 1991, member of the Dutch Bar Association.

Right after obtaining his law degree from Leiden University (specializing both in civil law and business law), Vincent chose to join a law practice that focused almost solely on commercial entrepreneurs.

Within the law firm DayOne, Vincent functions as managing partner and he is active with the education and provision of legal knowledge to younger lawyers within the team.

Areas of Expertise

    •    Business law
    •    Employment law
    •    Contract law
    •    Tenancy law commercial premises
    •    Director/major shareholder issues, including inheritance law
    •    Procedural law

Vincent's way of working

Owing to his broad legal background and knowledge, focused on business and industry,  Vincent excels in matters that call for insight into different disciplines. His clients benefit from his solid set of skills and knowhow.

Vincent about Vincent
Vincent: “I have been a lawyer for more than 30 years, and over that period I have seen major changes in the market. Over the years I have never wavered in my commitment to my clients. I always work client-oriented, never subject or section oriented. I want to be a sounding board for entrepreneurs, not a one-item super specialist. It is my conviction that super specialization often creates tunnel vision that doesn’t really benefit the average entrepreneur. I don’t mind and even enjoy representing the occasional private individual. Given our commercial practice those cases are usually limited to employment issues, or director/major shareholder issues such as inheritance law.”

Register of legal practice areas
Vincent Breedveld has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):

  • Employment law
  • Corporate law
Based on this registration, he is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.