Years of working directly with litigation and dispute resolution teams have given me invaluable experience of domestic and cross-border disputes across a range of sectors. I provide continuing linguistic support in high-value litigation and arbitration proceedings, many of which are multi-jurisdictional and highly complex.

Special areas of expertise include

  • international commercial arbitration
  • commercial tort claims
  • competition law and antitrust litigation
  • cartel damages actions
  • market abuse and financial supervision
  • cross-border financial litigation and fraud
  • shareholder and partnership disputes
  • bankruptcy and insolvency, directors’ liability
  • data breach and privacy (GDPR)
  • corporate law, including corporate governance
  • intellectual property disputes

Time-saving efficiencies

This experience and the valuable subject-specific corpora built painstakingly along the way are critical to my translation work. A solid basis of resources and familiarity with Dutch legal processes (think Peeters/Gatzen or Article 843a claims) reduces the need for research and avoids duplication of work.

Statue of owl on Dutch Civil Code and competition law reference book