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Luurt Wildeboer specializes in general administrative law and the law of administrative procedure, particularly in relation to environmental law and spatial planning law. In these areas, his main interest is the relationship between the environment and spatial planning, and the consequences of environmental standards on spatial development, especially with regard to noise pollution. Luurt’s activities consist mainly of providing advice to and litigating for animal feed companies. Luurt has also advised many clients on administrative law and other issues relating to regulated markets such as the postal service, telecommunications, energy and aviation and he has represented clients in proceedings against the OPTA, NMa and various other regulatory bodies.
Luurt has wide-ranging experience in the government regulation of many sectors, in the course of which he has represented both sides, business and government authorities. In particular, he assists them in obtaining and granting licences and in the settlement of a wide range of disputes.
Luurt Wildeboer joined CMS in July 2008. Starting in 2000 he worked as a lawyer for Allen & Overy LLP in the Competition and Regulated Markets Practice Group. Before that, he worked at the registry of the administrative jurisdiction division of the Council of State and in the legal affairs department of the Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment.
Luurt regularly publishes articles on matters of administrative law relating to these areas. He is also a lecturer at the VU Law Academy.
Environmental Law, Grotius Academy for Post-Graduate Law Studies
Dutch Law (Constitutional and Administrative Law), Leiden University
Lecturer Geoplan (Spatial Planning topics)
Administrative Law Association
Construction Law Association