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On the 1st of March 2013 SOLV initiated SOLV Samen; the possibility for attorneys to work at a law firm but on their own account and risk. Partners of SOLV Samen have access to our know how, office facilities and other services. 


Sil Kingma represents infringers as well as owners of intellectual property rights, which is why he can easily grasp the essence of a matter from a two-way perspective. The focus is nonetheless always on seeking the best possible solution for the client, either by starting legal proceedings or by settling the matter without court intervention.

Sil lectures copyright law at the Dutch Academy for the Legal Practice (Academie voor de Rechtspraktijk). He is one of the regular contributors to, the number one website on eCommerce in the Netherlands, on which he regularly posts Internet law related articles. Sil is a member of the Dutch Copyright Law Association (Vereniging voor Auteursrecht).


Sil lived and worked in Washington D.C. as well as in London for a while. He dreams of writing and publishing his own book and a movie someday.

You can contact Sil by sending an email to or phoning him at +31 6 46839825. 

Kim van haastrecht

Kim van Haastrecht specialises in competition law and European law. Kim started her legal career at CMS Derks Star Busmann, transferring to Boekel De Nerée a little under four years later.

Her clients and peers commend her for how well she combines profound knowledge with a pragmatic approach. Her main concern is representing her clients’ interests, without making cases more complicated than strictly necessary. Kim’s strategy matches well with the no-nonsense approach the SOLV lawyers take to their practice.




You can contact Kim by sending an email to or phoning her at +31 6 46970576.


Want to become a partner?

What we ask:
- at least seven years of experience as a lawyer;
- your own practice;
- an entrepreneurial mindset; and
- a fixed fee.


For more information regarding SOLV Samen, please contact Thomas van Essen.