Frank Mulder has been employed as a lawyer and partner at Van Benthem & Keulen since 2014. Frank specialises in expropriation law, compensation for loss resulting from administrative acts and loss resulting from government planning decisions, environmental law, obligations to tolerate and the Municipalities (Preferential Rights) Act. Frank heads the Administrative Law and Environmental Law teams together with Monique Rus.
What distinguishes Frank as a lawyer is his passionate and thorough advice in complex cases.
Frank has worked as a lawyer in the field of administrative law and expropriation law since 1987. He has gained extensive experience in large government and property projects.
Frank likes to contribute to the professional development of his relations and he regularly speaks at IURA ACTUA and runs tailored workshops at clients.
- Compensation for loss resulting from administrative acts
- Loss resulting from government planning decisions
- Obligations to tolerate
- Government liability
- Area development
- Land development
- Anterior contracts
- Administrative law
About Frank Mulder
Franks is chair of various independent advisory committees for compensation for loss resulting from administrative acts and acts as an expert in expropriation cases at district courts/courts of appeal. He is registered with the National Register of Forensic Experts (LRGD), deputy judge at the Rotterdam district court and teacher/examiner in the expropriation specialisation course of the Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPO) at Radboud University Nijmegen. Frank is also co-founder and board member of the Association for Expropriation Law (VvOR), member of the specialist associations for expropriation lawyers (VOA) and construction lawyers (VBRA). Frank is also a permanent annotator for loss resulting from government planning decisions and compensation for loss resulting from administrative acts for the Construction Law Journal.