How to manage legal risks in a time of crisis?
This Q&A outlines a series of questions covering the main concerns addressed during our webinar hosted by the Legal500. At the occasion of this event, our team of experts provided practical guidance on the steps that can be taken to mitigate, manage and overcome the different stages of a crisis in the Benelux and Switzerland.
We hope that this Q&A, featuring some key questions from businesses on the topic, will give you the insight you need to make informed decisions when it comes to crisis management and impact assessment.
Clémence Van MuylderSenior associate Attorney at Law
Clémence Van Muylder, attorney at law, is a member of the Litigation & Risk Management practice group in our Brussels office. She focuses on white-collar crime, investigations and compliance. Clémence is also a member of the Corporate Investigations, Compliance & Business Crime Defence team.T: +32 2 773 23 13 M: +32 479 51 87 19 E: [email protected]
Susanne van BreukelenSenior associate Attorney at law
Susanne van Breukelen, attorney at law, is a member of our Litigation & Risk Management practice group in our Amsterdam office. Susanne focuses on corporate criminal law. She heads the Loyens & Loeff Corporate Investigations, Compliance and Defence team.T: +31 20 578 51 49 M: +31 653 42 49 39 E: [email protected]
Henri DupongLocal partner Attorney at law / Avocat à la Cour
Henri Dupong, local partner, is a member of the Litigation and Risk Management Practice Group of our Luxembourg office. He advises on commercial law and litigation, with a focus on corporate and white collar crime matters.T: +352 466 230 327 E: [email protected]
Robin MoserLocal partner Attorney at law
Robin Moser, attorney at law, is a local partner in our Zurich office. He focuses on domestic and international dispute resolution and has broad experience in representing clients in court, before federal and cantonal authorities and arbitral tribunals.T: +41434346700 E: [email protected]