Marielle Koppenol-Laforce has been a lecturer on International Commercial Contract Law at Leiden University .
Marielle Koppenol-Laforce has been a lecturer on International Commercial Contract Law at Leiden University as of September 2005, and she was appointed as a part-time professor on 1 February 2010. Marielle Koppenol-Laforce is a partner at the law firm Houthoff Buruma.
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Discover where Marielle Koppenol-Laforce is ranked in the Global guide. Visit Chambers and Partners to find out more. Marielle represents clients in large, complex international arbitrations and proceedings concerning issues such as investments. She is also specialised in the project management of construction contracts, international contracts (including for luxury yachts), the setting aside of arbitral awards, attachments, Article 843a DCCP proceedings (seizure of evidence prior to proceedings) and its US equivalent, ‘discovery’.
Marielle Koppenol-Laforce. Jurisdiction, enforcement and arbitration. Private international law. Public policy and mandatory rules. Uniform sales law. The Vienna Convention on the international sales of goods.
Mrs Marielle E. KOPPENOL-LAFORCE, Professor of Law, University of Leiden; Lawyer (International Contracts, Arbitration and Litigation), Houthoff Buruma, Rotterdam, Netherlands ( Article 6). Everest Estate LLC et al. v. The Russian Federation, PCA Case No. 2015-36.
Marielle Koppenol-Laforce, partner Dispute Resolution Practice Group, has been advising and litigating (including investment arbitration and international commercial arbitration (ICC, ICSID, NAI, UNCITRAL, DIAC).
Before fully committing to international litigation and arbitration and coordination of worldwide law firms in connection therewith she has been involved in the finance practice, M&A and corporate practice.
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