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Marijn Bodelier focuses on public law, environmental law, and real estate. Marijn has particular experience with respect to project developments, permitting, enforcement, sustainability, renewable energy projects and regulatory compliance. Marijn is Co-Chair of GT’s global Hydrogen Group.

Marijn has a seat in the appeals committee of the city of Alkmaar, he is a guest lecturer at Groningen University, and a regular author of in Dutch legal journals on public law, environmental law and regulatory matters. He completed his master’s degree in Law at Maastricht University cum laude and finished the post-graduate education Environmental and Planning Law of the Grotius Academy cum laude in 2012. He is an active member of the Dutch Environmental Attorneys’ Association (Vereniging van Milieurecht Advocaten).

According the 2022 edition of The Legal 500, "Marijn Bodelier is easily accessible, acts quickly and provides sound advice with regard to the public law aspects."

Recent case law emphasizes that non-compliance (criminal activities including potentially economic offences) on a leasehold (erfpacht) plot can constitute a violation of the obligations under the Dutch leasehold

Continue Reading Dutch Real Estate: Beware of Potential Leasehold Terminations as a Result of Offences

EU law requires certain large companies to disclose non-financial information on the way they operate and manage social and environmental challenges. The current disclosure regime was introduced in 2014 by

Continue Reading EU to Make Changes to Its Sustainability Reporting Rules and Impose New Obligations on Non-European Companies

On Jan. 5, Mr. Mohammed Chamin – a Member of the European Parliament and the “rapporteur” on the proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) in the Parliament’s Committee on Environment,
Continue Reading Possible Amendments to EU Proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

There is a global trend to move capital to more sustainable economic activities. To ensure that capital is moved to the desired activities, several questions arise:

  • What is sustainable?
  • How


Continue Reading The EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive and the Proposal for Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive

As of Jan. 1, 2021, all permit applications for new buildings in the Netherlands are being tested against new criteria which aim to ensure that these new buildings are (almost)
Continue Reading Every New Building in the Netherlands Must Be (Almost) Energy Neutral Starting Jan. 1, 2021