Reinder de Jong

Reinder works as an attorney for Hertoghs advocaten, a Dutch boutique law firm specialised in white-collar crime, tax fraud and tax litigation. He specializes in criminal tax law and the field of indirect taxes (VAT and customs).

 

Reinder holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) degree in Criminal Law from the University of Groningen and a Master of Laws (LL.M) degree in Tax Law from the VU University Amsterdam. After graduating he spent several years working as a judicial clerk in the District Court of The Hague’s specialised tax law team before joining Hertoghs advocaten in 2015.

 

Reinder has a deep understanding of the business and legal intricacies of the levying of taxes and represents clients in all phases of tax dispute resolution. He has an unmatched ability to litigate tax controversies at the audit, appeal and trial court levels.

 

His private and corporate clients include a broad range of high net-worth individuals and companies, both based in the Netherlands and abroad. Reinder provides both litigation advice and compliance advice, mostly focusing on corporate income tax, wage tax, customs, VAT and all other indirect-tax related issues.

 

He is also actively engaged with all aspects of criminal tax fraud proceedings for clients who are suspected of white-collar crime. With hard work and a true commitment to excellence, Reinder has guided many satisfied clients through the complex and technical Dutch legal process.

 

Education

Master of Laws (LL.M) degree in Criminal Law, University of Groningen 2008

Master of Laws (LL.M) degree in Tax Law, VU University Amsterdam 2011

 

Memberships and committees

Admitted to the Dutch Bar Association

Member of the Dutch association of young tax attorneys

Member of the Association for Corporate Growth Holland

 

Other activities

Author of a number legal publications in several specialised scientific journals on indirect taxes, white-collar crime and tax fraud.

Guest lecturer at the Tilburg University.


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