I am Oliver Stevens
Litigation and Dispute Resolution specialist
Financial Institutions specialist

Oliver Stevens

Oliver has been with our Brussels office since 1999, creating results-focused solutions.

He advises leading banks, businesses and global manufacturers concentrating mainly on litigation in the fields of contract law, security interests, banking and insurance law and commercial agreements. Oliver also specialises in insolvency, seizure and execution law.

Furthermore, Oliver was a part-time assistant at the Instituut voor Verbintenissenrecht of the Law Faculty of the Catholic University Leuven (KUL) (2000-2005).

  • Languages: Dutch, French, English, German
  • Admitted to the Brussels Bar: 1997
  • Partner since: 2016

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