Once she has sunk her teeth into a case Kashyap will not let go, that is the reputation she has acquired. Particularly in the De Koning Vergouwen branch of the catering industry and events both organizers and operators of hotels, restaurants and cafés sing the praises of Kashyap for her crisp promptness of action. The distinctive feature of organizing party’s and major events is that agreements between various parties are often temporary and fairly complex. So in the event of a loan for use regarding a hotel, restaurant or café a business person’s furniture and equipment, business name and goodwill need to be protected and engagements on house rules, (fire) safety requirements, contracts of suretyship and bonuses to be committed to paper minutely, down to the smallest detail conceivable. Her many years of experience in the landlord and tenant law as well as her most specific expert legal knowledge of leasing business premises come in very useful and serve Kashyap well.
Kashyap has quite a reputation in the field of the rigid administrative law too.
Café proprietors, restaurateurs and organizers of events -in obtaining the required permits- are increasingly faced with a selectively regulatory or disproportionately maintaining municipal authority. During the last few years Kashyap has acted frequently indeed on behalf of both brothel owners and coffee shop proprietors whose entrepreneurship has been discouraged by brute force under the pretext of ‘Project 1012,’ the ethical clean-up operation in the city centre by the municipality of Amsterdam. “These entrepreneurs may have appearances against them, however, this will just not approve of the expropriation of their business.”
Kashyap’s totally different speciality is her business-like approach of divorce, with the emphasis on ‘business-like.’ Her level-headed and matter-of-fact approach to divorces makes that she -like no one else- has the power to avoid emotions as much as possible, which increases speed, cuts down expenditure, and in the end leaves out bad tempers.
Since 2013 Meena Kashyap is partner at De Koning Vergouwen.
Why De Koning Vergouwen? ‘What you see is what you get.”