Frank van de Wakker is an accomplished litigator. He predominately represents clients in financial disputes. Frank’s areas of expertise include contract non-performance, tort, and the enforcement of rights in rem.

Due to his previous work as an assistant bankruptcy trustee Frank has in-depth knowledge of insolvency law. He frequently leverages his experience to resolve insolvency law disputes, either in court or through a settlement.

Frank often represents clients with critical cases. He regularly acts for both plaintiffs and defendants in interim relief proceedings. Cases include disputes related to bank guarantees, release of inventory, prejudgment attachments and garnishments, and foreclosures on collateral.

Frank’s clients include large financial institutions such as banks and insurers. He also represents private equity companies in commercial and financial disputes. Frank regularly represents multinationals with cross border contractual disputes and disputes related to rights in rem; for example utility and shipping companies.