Roeland de Mol > BarentsKrans > The Hague, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Lange Voorhout 3
2514 EA The Hague

Work Department

Corporate and Commercial Litigation


Roeland de Mol is partner of the Corporate Litigation practice group. His practice covers complex litigation and advice on matters such as professional liability (including directors, lawyers and civil notaries), disputes between shareholders, M&A disputes and termination of negotiations. Roeland has extensive experience in both first instance and appeal litigation. He regularly represents national and international clients before the Enterprise Chamber of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal. He also has exceptional expertise in healthcare, telecommunications and IT. From 2018 until 2022 Roeland was member of the board of the Bar Association of The Hague.


  • Co-author of Sdu Commentaar Burgerlijk Procesrecht (written commentary on the Dutch Code of Civil Procedure)
  • Member of the Dutch Corporate Litigation Association
  • Member of the Dutch Litigation Association
  • Member of the Health Care Compliance Association (VCZ)
  • Member of the commission of civil procedure law, Bar Association of The Hague
  • Vice president of the Disputes Committee healthcare, Arbitration body Foundation Healthcare disputes

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

BarentsKrans is routinely called upon by clients from a range of sectors to represent them as claimants in compensation proceedings and class actions against global companies. Supreme Court litigator Rieme-Jan Tjittes is a key name to note for commercial disputes involving contracts, and private enforcement expert Martijn van Maanen focuses on M&A, fraud, insolvency and directors’ liability mandates. William Schonewille acts for investors and consumers in initiating class actions, while Philip Fruytier, a Supreme Court practitioner, represents real estate developers, investors, insurance companies and international organisations in various areas of the law. Roeland De MolAnnelies van der Ploeg and Marjolein van Rest are also key contacts in the dispute resolution team.