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Anouk Rosielle

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Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Position

Associate partner Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Career

Anouk Rosielle is an associate partner in the Amsterdam office. She advises and litigates in international corporate and commercial disputes, including shareholders' disputes, reorganizations and director's liability.

Anouk is a member of Dentons Boekel's Civil Antitrust Litigation team that has expert international knowledge in the field. The team consists of lawyers from both the EU Competition and the Litigation practice groups. Its recent representations include a large airline in defense of a €400 million antitrust damages claim, a large Dutch construction company in its claim against Shell, and several other ongoing cases

Languages

English - fluent
Dutch - native

Member

  • Co-Vice President Insolvency Commission, AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers)
  • Member, Dutch Corporate Litigation Association (Vereniging Corporate Litigation)
  • Member, Dutch Association for Comparative and International Insolvency (NVRII)

Education

  • Radboud University Nijmegen, 2013, Grotius Academie, corporate law specialisation course
  • Tilburg University, 2007, LL.M.


Netherlands

Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Within: Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Dentons Boekel’s team is 'pragmatic and effective with good experience'. Group head Michel Deckers ('calm and calculated and easy to work with') and recently promoted managing counsel Anouk Rosielle are acting as defence counsel to Citco, in the class action proceedings initiated by StichtingFairfield Compensation Foundation claiming damages from Citco for over 700 claimants in relation to the Madoff Ponzi-scheme. Marc Kuijper is 'strong on legal principles'. Femke Jorritsma has left to take up a judicial position.

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