Marjolein van Rest

T: +31 70 376 06 75
M: + 316 46 11 04 52
E: marjolein.vanrest@barentskrans.nl
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Marjolein has been working with BarentsKrans as a lawyer since April 2012. Her work focuses on preventing and settling national and international disputes within and between companies and/or joint ventures (corporate and commercial litigation). This covers disputes within companies (internal struggles between shareholders/directors) as well as directors’ and officers’ liability, takeover disputes and trade disputes. Marjolein is a litigation expert: she has extensive experience conducting proceedings before the Netherlands Enterprise Chamber and in provisional relief proceedings. Her approach is characterised by consistently setting out a clear and pragmatic (procedural) strategy in consultation with her clients.

Other activities

Member of the Private Law Book Publishing Editorial Board of Ars Aequi
Member of the Corporate Litigation Association (Vereniging Corporate Litigation)
Member of the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA), Litigation Commission
Member of NAI Young Arbitration Practitioners of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI Jong Oranje)
Member of the Young Dutch Lawyers’ Association (Jonge Nederlandse Juristen Vereniging)

Education

Company law and Business law at Grotius Academy, graduated with honours (2016)
Dual Master’s in Business and Law at Radboud University, Nijmegen (2011)
Master’s in International and European Law at Radboud University, Nijmegen (2010)

News and publications

Telecoms update: ‘Better Network’ campaign KPN not unlawful, rules District Court

Our Telecoms Update of 30 July 2019 is about the recent decision of the The Hague District Court in KPN v T-Mobile. The Court ruled that KPN’s advertising campaign ‘Better Network, Better Life’ did not constitute unlawful comparative advertising and rejected T-Mobile claims in full. The judgment means that KPN is allowed to continue its very successful advertising campaign. BarentsKrans represented KPN in this case.
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