Mr. I.M.A. Lintel

Ida

Senior attorney

Ida Lintel is specialized in civil cassation. She is a Supreme Court lawyer and handles civil cassation cases and preliminary reference proceedings across the entire scope of civil law, with a focus on corporate & financial litigation, employment law and insolvency law. Ida also regularly litigates before the district courts and courts of appeal, and conducts proceedings before the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Driven by substance, with attention for the client
Ida is a dedicated lawyer with strong analytical skills, and her orientation is broad. Her in-depth substantive expertise enables her to readily comprehend complex issues. "I love the substantive challenge of my work and enjoy working together with a talented team that devotes every effort to achieving the best results possible." Ida is quick to provide original views, with an eye for detail while closely involving the client in the entire process.

Specialist in civil procedural law
Ida publishes articles about a variety of subjects in the areas of employment law, insolvency law and procedural law. She also gives courses on civil procedural law.

Professional Activities & Memberships

  • Deputy Judge with the District Court of Gelderland
  • Board member, VCCA - Dutch Association of Supreme Court Civil Litigation
  • Author, Tekst & Commentaar Insolventierecht (Kluwer) [Text & Commentary on Insolvency Law]
  • Member, NVvP - Dutch Association for Procedural Law
  • Member, Commercial Law Association
  • Member, VAAMN - Association of Employment Lawyers of Central Netherlands
  • Member, VCL - Corporate Litigation Association

Academic Background

  • Supreme Court Civil Litigation Law, postgraduate legal program, 2017, Leiden University
  • Dutch Law & Public International Law, cum laude, 2013, Utrecht University Liberal Arts & Science, summa cum laude, 2010, University College Utrecht

BAR REGISTER OF LEGAL PRACTICE AREAS

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

  • Supreme Court litigation (Civil)

Based on this registration, she 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.