Litigation & Arbitration
'The lawyers are well prepared and realistic in their advice. They listen to us, put themselves in the position of the client, and do not promise what cannot be delivered.'
Chambers Global 2012
'Highly recommended for Supreme Court litigation, and with 12 partners dealing exclusively with corporate and commercial disputes, this firm is well placed to handle the most complex of cases.'
Chambers Global 2010
De Brauw has a long and strong tradition in all forms of litigation paralleling its recognised tradition in corporate and M&A transactions. Dutch corporate clients traditionally expect their law firm to be able to litigate on their disputes. The Litigation and Arbitration practice goes beyond that and provides clients around the globe with the full range of expert services in the field of dispute resolution. These services include Supreme Court litigation, international and national arbitration under a wide range of arbitration rules, mediation, corporate litigation, securities litigation and all forms of commercial litigation.
In all fields De Brauw’s Litigation and Arbitration practice group focuses on high end litigation in complex matters. The group is continuously at the forefront of the market, assisting clients in resolving disputes in the best possible way. In doing so, De Brauw has been involved in most groundbreaking decisions rendered in the past years. Other pioneering cases are certainly on their way.
De Brauw’s Litigation and Arbitration practice group distinguishes itself from its competitors by its ability to provide in-depth expert services at all levels of the court system, including Supreme Court litigation, and in almost all fields of law. Its group members include several experts in Supreme Court litigation, arbitration, corporate litigation, including inquiry proceedings and hostile takeover disputes, post M&A disputes, securities, product liabilty, insurance, public procurement, construction and many others.
Please contact one of the following experts for more information.
• Arbitration: Marnix Leijten or Bommel van der Bend
• Commercial litigation: Marc Ynzonides
• Corporate litigation: Ruud Hermans or Harm-Jan de Kluiver
• Supreme Court litigation: Maarten Schenck or Jan de Bie Leuveling Tjeenk
• Mediation: Eelco Meerdink or Bart van Reeken