Mr. L.H.K. Peereboom-Bogers Larissa Senior Attorney

Larissa Peereboom-Bogers joined Wijn & Stael as a corporate litigation and corporate law attorney in 2019. She litigates disputes involving company and corporate-related matters and counsels on disputes relating to takeover, shareholder, corporate governance, and shareholder relations issues. She also has experience in privacy law.​

Dedicated and Enthusiastic
Larissa is an enthusiastic and pragmatic attorney who sets to work for each client with a broad smile on her face. She takes a systematic and solution-driven approach to each case. Her dedication to her clients is reflected in her willingness to go the extra mile and provide personal service: “I really want to help clients get to where they need to go. That’s why I take the time to understand their interests and needs by looking beyond the economic interests and considering both the short and long term.”

Heavily Committed
Larissa regularly publishes articles about all aspects of corporate law in legal journals. A former member of the lustrum committee of the Jonge Balie Den Haag, she regularly carries out leadership tasks for Scouting Nederland in her free time.

Professional Activities & Memberships

  • Member, Association of Corporate Litigation
  • Member, Association of Young Litigation Lawyers

Academic Background

  • Civil Law, 2014, Leiden University
  • Specialist program Corporate and Business Law 2020-2021, Grotius Academy

Representative Practice

  • Represented a dairy company in a legal merger of two operating companies within the group.
  • Represented a major shareholder of the Breeze Hotel in Amsterdam in an inquiry proceeding at the Commercial Division in Amsterdam.
  • Represented both buyers and sellers in various acquisition disputes.
  • Represented a shareholder of a fitness club chain in proceedings concerning an aborted multi-party takeover of the chain.
  • Counseled several clients on matters related to privacy law.

Bar register of legal practice areas

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

  • Corporate law (Company Law)
  • Privacy law

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.