Marcel is one of the founding partners of the firm. He specialises in corporate litigation and commercial litigation. Marcel very frequently represents clients in proceedings before the Enterprise Chamber of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal, a specialised court for corporate disputes. He is also appointed by the Enterprise Chamber as investigator and temporary administrator of shares. Marcel is regularly engaged by directors, shareholders and other stakeholders in situations of a deadlock, financial distress of a company, litigation related to take-overs and disputes concerning corporate governance. Marcel also handles legal proceedings and arbitrations concerning directors' and officers' liability, securities fraud and class actions. He is an Editor of the journal for the corporate law practice 'Tijdschrift voor de Ondernemingsrechtpraktijk (TOP)', publishes on a frequent basis and also teaches at Kluwer Opleidingen (postgraduate education).
Dutch Bar Association, Dutch Association for Corporate Litigation (VCL) and the International Bar Association (IBA).
Admitted to the Bar in 2001; De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek 2001-2005; partner and co-founder of De Breij Evers Boon 2005-2017; since 2017 partner and co-founder of Evers Soerjatin.
'Partijen in 'puur buitenlandse enquêteprocedures: put your money where your mouth is' Liber Amicorum Peter Wakkie (2018), 'Minutes: recorded (mis)management?', TOP (2013), 'Customary law Principles of non-competition for shareholders', TOP (2011); 'Aspects of earn-outs', TOP (2009); 'Corporate social responsibility, The Netherlands', (co-author) (European Lawyer 2005); 'Lessons from the Zwagerman-case', (V&O 2003).