The “very bright” Albert Marsman is “an outstanding lawyer” who is “well versed in both Dutch procedure and international investment law”.
Albert specialises in international arbitration and litigation at De Brauw. Albert holds degrees from the University of Leiden (LLM, 2006) and Stanford University law school (LLM, 2011), and is admitted to the bar in the Netherlands and New York. He became partner at De Brauw in 2016. He advises and litigates on disputes involving bilateral and multilateral investment treaties, including the ECT, as well as disputes involving M&A contracts, energy supply agreements and other commercial contracts. He has acted in arbitrations under the ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC, NAI, DIS and JCAA rules. Albert also regularly acts in proceedings concerning the setting-aside or enforcement of international arbitral awards, with a focus proceedings that involve sovereign entities.
Albert is a board member of the Dutch Arbitration Association and a co-editor of the forthcoming Kluwer publication Arbitration in the Netherlands.
In 2016, Global Arbitration Review stated: “Clients say he is ‘outstanding’ in hearings.”