Mr Marc van Rijswijk KC > Stonewater B.V > AMSTERDAM, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Stonewater B.V
Emmalaan 20
1075 AV
Netherlands

Work Department

Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Position

Partner, Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Career

Marc van Rijswijk is one of the founding partners of Stonewater. Marc has a vast experience in corporate and commercial litigation and is active in the field of M&A. He combines in-depth legal knowledge with relevant tax, financial and business knowledge and has great social skills. Marc regularly represents clients in corporate disputes before the Enterprise Chamber of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal, D&O liability litigation, commercial litigation, M&A liability and (other) liability matters. Marc is also a corporate mediator. Marc’s clientele consists of directors, shareholders and other stakeholders of companies in situations of deadlock, financial distress and/or (other) corporate governance issues. Marc regularly lectures and publicizes in his field.

Languages

Dutch, English

Memberships

The Dutch Arbitration Association

Vereniging Corporate Litigation

Vereniging voor Procesrecht

Education

Radboud University | Master, Business Law | 1996 – 2001

Grotius Academy Nijmegen | Corporate and Company Law | 2008

Amsterdam ADR Insituut | ADR Specialist/Legal Mediator | 2017 – 2018

 

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Fielding specialists in corporate and commercial litigation, Stonewater B.V assists clients with financial, tax and business mandates. Co-founder Bart Zandbergen is a cassation lawyer at the Dutch Supreme Court, and represents multinational companies in the district courts and court of appeal in acquisition, financing arrangement and corporate disputes between shareholders, and tax matters. Fellow founding partner Marc van Rijswijk acts for professionals such as directors and lawyers in liability and corporate disputes before the Enterprise Chamber of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal and the Dutch civil court.