Martijn van Maanen heads the Corporate Litigation practice group. His practice covers the full spectrum of corporate and commercial disputes, including M&A, antitrust damages, fraud on the market, parent and directors’ liability, and insolvency. Most of his work involves multiple jurisdictions. His international client base includes large corporates, banks and executives. Many US and UK law firms seek him out as litigation counsel for complex disputes.
Martijn has ample experience in class actions and mass damages cases for claimants and defendants, such as Actuaris v Stichting Polishouders Vie d’Or (insolvency of an insurer), New South Wales Government v James Hardie (establishment of an asbestos compensation fund) and Clara Wichmann v the State of the Netherlands (the SGP case).
“A very good, skilled lawyer” with the extra comment “responsible for some very good results in competition cases.”
- Speaker at international symposia about mass damage and cartel damage
- Lecturer for Grotius, Insolad, Kluwer and other professional organisations on directors’ liability and parent liability