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Martin Krüger appointed as IBA officer for Product law

Product Compliance Lawyer

Martin Krüger is an officer of the Product Law Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA) from 2024.

“I am honoured to co-chair the Product Law Group within the IBA. Product law is becoming more and more important every year and almost always looks beyond national borders. My international network is therefore essential for my clients, which is why I am involved in the IBA. I am very much looking forward to the coming years, such as the annual conference in Mexico City later this year.”

The International Bar Association (IBA) is a professional association for the legal sector, established in 1947. It is the world’s leading organization for legal practitioners, bar associations, and law societies. The IBA has a membership of over 80,000 individual lawyers and 190 bar associations and law societies, spanning 170 countries. The organization’s headquarters are located in London, United Kingdom, with regional offices in Washington, D.C., United States, Seoul, South Korea, and São Paulo, Brazil.

The IBA promotes and protects human rights and the independence of the legal profession through its Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI), established in 1995 under the honorary presidency of Nelson Mandela. The IBA also issues codes and guidance on international legal practice, such as the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration and the IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration.

Martin Krüger

Martin Krüger

Our English-speaking Dutch attorney Martin Krüger leads MAAK Attorneys' Product Compliance & Regulation and the Dutch Product Liability Team. His team handles complex product safety and liability issues and, where necessary, assists clients with product withdrawals or recalls. Martin is also an experienced Dutch litigator in commercial disputes between companies and against market surveillance authorities. Visit Martin's profile via the website or via his LinkedIn Profile.