Michelle is an associate with bureau Brandeis. She specializes in corporate litigation. Her professional focus is on legal disputes between (partners of) corporations, joint ventures and other partnerships. Michelle is experienced in shareholder disputes, disputes with banks, directors’ and officers’ liability, Enterprise Chamber proceedings and takeover disputes. She often represents her clients in commercial disputes.
Michelle studied Dutch private law (masters in private law and in corporate and commercial law) at the University of Maastricht. During her time at university she worked as a paralegal for a law firm and also worked for the district court in Maastricht as external court clerk.
She graduated in 2008. Subsequently, Michelle started her career with AKD, where she obtained a broad experience in the area of corporate law. In 2012 she started working for Spigt Litigators where she continued to focus on corporate litigation.
Some recent work:
Michelle was involved in the inquiry proceedings and subsequent liquidation of a company instructed by the Enterprise Chamber;
Represents interested parties in inquiry proceedings before the Enterprise Chamber;
Advises and litigates in several legal disputes in which corporations and their stakeholders are involved.
Introduction The Dutch regime of collective actions will be thoroughly revised, creating new opportunities for damages actions, and requiring claimants, funders and other players in this field to thoroughly assess how to go about advancing…