De Brauw arbitration practice recognised in 12th edition GAR 100

April 18, 2019

De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek has been recognised in Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) 2019 survey of the leading international arbitration practices in the world. The GAR 100 is a comprehensive and independent guide of law firms “approved” for international arbitration, offering advice on practices of all sizes from all parts of the world, all audited by GAR. De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek was the first Dutch law firm to appear in the GAR 100.

Client comment

A regular client who has used the firm in several high-value disputes says it “clearly beats its competitors in professionalism, preparedness, power of argumentation, alertness, tactics and thorough appreciation and understanding of the issues at stake.”  Marnix Leijten is described as “exceptionally committed, with very strong ethical values and excellent performance both on the strategic level and in execution”; Bregje Korthals-Altes is “very solid” and “makes complex issues less complex”; and Albert Marsman is “outstanding” in hearings. Another client in a commercial dispute says Edward van Geuns is a “strong lawyer, meticulous and very convincing in the arbitration hearings.”



Click here to read GAR’s analysis of De Brauw’s arbitration practice (GAR login required).

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