Traditionally, law firms consisted of the aggregated sum of a number of individual lawyers who were accustomed to working side by side, each within their own area of expertise, on their own files. Yspeert has chosen to let go of traditional models of law firm structures and ways of doing business. Instead, Yspeert has created a culture in which its lawyers are encouraged to collaborate across their own area of expertise in order to address the most complex issues of our clients. Our main incentive is to structurally provide added value to our clients and create long-lasting client relationships.
At Yspeert, serving the needs of individual clients is perceived as a group effort rather than the sole responsibility of an individual lawyer. The growing complexity of legal issues and work that is increasingly cross-practice and multijurisdictional in nature, requires lawyers to collaborate across expertise and organisational boundaries. Our experts benefit from working in a team in which then can make use of each other’s strengths, knowledge and specific expertise to address complex legal issues. Our approach is a unique glue that holds Yspeert together in a collegial unit. This puts Yspeert in the position of guaranteeing higher-value work for our clients, with their interests being handled by the best qualified lawyers.
Over the past years, our firm has grown considerably due to our proactive approach towards our clients and current legal issues. We are committed to structural cooperation with our clients. We understand the business objectives of our clients and maintain short lines of communications with individual organisations. An important aspect of our service consists of targeted legal advice as well as training (the employees of) our clients. We focus on quick and adequate solutions at minimal cost and risk. Due to the size of our firm we are able to guarantee continuity and service, while still providing our clients with short communication lines with their contact person.