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Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (UK) LLP

Work Department

Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution


Senior Associate


Marcus Holmstroem, a Senior Associate in the London office, is a member of the Complex Litigation and Dispute Resolution group, where he focuses on domestic and international arbitration, and commercial litigation.

He acts for companies and institutions from a broad range of industries and sectors, and has particular experience representing clients within financial services industry and the telecom sector.

Before joining Orrick, Marcus trained with the international arbitration group of a magic circle firm based in Paris and with the arbitration group of a leading law firm in Stockholm. Marcus was a graduate analyst at a global investment bank in London prior to pursuing a career in practice.


Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG)
oung Arbitrators Stockholm (YAS), Stockholm Chamber of Commerce


Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, L.P.C., 2010, Distinction
niversity College London, LL.M. – Master of Laws, International Business Law, 2007, Merit
niversity of Warwick, LL.B., 2005, Upper Second Class with Honours 

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (UK) LLPhas the resources to conduct heavy litigation effectively‘. The London disputes group routinely acts in high-stakes matters involving the finance, technology and innovation, and energy and infrastructure sectors. London practice leader Simon Willis is a commercial disputes specialist, who is ‘exceptionally good at managing cases and advising on strategy‘; and Mark Beeley predominantly focuses on international arbitration, yet also maintains a significant cross-border disputes practice in the English courts. The next line of key practitioners includes commercial litigation partners Amanda VossAdam Rizzo and recently-promoted Sarah Stockley, as well as experienced senior associate  Marcus Holmstroem.