Géraldine Scraeyen > Quinz > Vilvoorde, Belgium > Lawyer Profile
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Géraldine Scraeyen focuses primarily on complex civil and commercial litigation, white-collar crime and post-acquisition disputes. Her practice ranges from pre-litigation advice, risk management and settlement negotiations to representation before Belgian civil and criminal courts and national and international arbitral tribunals.
Géraldine Scraeyen has extensive experience in contractual disputes in a wide range of sectors, including in the B2B, banking and insurance, energy and travel sectors.
She started her career at Allen & Overy in 2011, where she worked in the Banking & Finance department. Géraldine also interned with various international organizations, including INTERPOL, the Council of Europe and the International Criminal Court.
Dutch, French, English and Spanish
Géraldine is a member of the Brussels Bar and the CEPINA-40.
- Diploma of International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2010
- Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven), LL.B. 2006 and JD 2009 (cum laude)
Quinz is particularly sought after by clients in the financial services, life sciences, energy and public sectors – including various sovereign states – for representation in high-profile litigation and arbitration proceedings. Co-practice head Benoît Allemeersch is a highly regarded arbitrator and mediator under various rulings, including CEPANI, ICC, NAI, and VIAC. Géraldine Scraeyen is noted for her formidable capabilities acting for energy and travel sector clients, while Stijn De Dier is experienced in insolvency matters and as counsel to creditors and debtors in restructuring mandates. Former fellow practice head Vincent Van Obberghen has now left the firm.