Pieter Fritschy is a member of the Litigation & Arbitration group. He specialises in international arbitration and in complex court proceedings concerning the enforcement and setting aside of arbitral awards. He is also regularly involved in cassation proceedings before the Dutch Supreme Court.
Pieter studied at Utrecht University, where he obtained a bachelor's degree in Dutch Law, a bachelor's degree in Philosophy, a research master's degree in Philosophy and a master's degree in Constitutional and Administrative Law (all cum laude). During his studies, Pieter also read law at the University of Cambridge and obtained a B.Phil degree in Philosophy at the University of Oxford.
Examples of Pieter’s work include representing and advising:
- several Ukrainian investors in two setting aside proceedings in relation to UNCITRAL arbitral awards rendered against the Russian Federation in investment arbitrations;
- Moldova-based investors in enforcement proceedings in relation to an SCC arbitral award rendered against Kazakhstan in an Energy Charter Treaty investment arbitration;
- Mauritian investors in setting aside proceedings in relation to a UNCITRAL arbitral award rendered against the Republic of India in an investment arbitration.
Pieter joined NautaDutilh in 2016. He is admitted to the Amsterdam Bar.