Nicolas Résimont

I am Nicolas Résimont
Litigation and Dispute Resolution specialist
Arbitration specialist

Nicolas Résimont

Nicolas Résimont is a specialist in domestic and cross-border litigation as well as national and international arbitration, both ad hoc and institutional, as counsel and arbitrator.

Nicolas has extensive experience in commercial, contractual, and construction project disputes. He frequently assists clients in litigation in the corporate/M&A, banking, and energy sectors. Moreover, he has significant expertise in crisis management and pre-litigation issues (including in the context of projects performance). Widely seen as one of the leading experts in his fields, Nicolas regularly advises clients (such as large multinationals, governments, and banks) on their most strategic and complex matters and helps them resolve their business-critical disputes. 

Nicolas is a member of Cepani (the Belgian Centre for Arbitration and Mediation). He is also the author of various publications on his areas of expertise and a regular guest speaker at seminars and conferences. 

Nicolas graduated in Law from the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in 2001. He obtained a postgraduate degree in Corporate Law and Financial Law from Ghent University in 2002. He was an Assistant Professor to the law of contracts and obligations and torts courses at the ULB from 2004 to 2014. In 2004, he was awarded the Boels prize by the Conférence du Jeune Barreau de Bruxelles for the best oral pleadings. 

Nicolas joined the Brussels office of Stibbe in 2015.

  • Languages: French, English, Dutch
  • Admitted to the Brussels Bar: 2002
  • Partner since: 2016

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