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Work +31 20 530 5200
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www.stek.com

Jan Erik Janssen

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Work +31 20 5305213
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Stek

Work Department

Competition & Regulated Markets.

Position

Jan Erik is a partner at Stek and has ample experience in EU and Dutch competition law and sector-specific regulation. He litigates in administrative and civil proceedings and represents international and national corporates before Dutch and European competition and regulatory authorities and policy makers. Jan Erik has been consistently recommended as one of the leading energy and competition lawyers in the Netherlands.

Career

2006: Partner Stek; 2002: Partner Allen & Overy.

Languages

Dutch, English, German.

Member

Netherlands Bar (1994).

Education

Nyenrode (business administration), University of Utrecht (law), Erasmus University Rotterdam (economics).


Netherlands

EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

Stek’s well-regarded group often handles competition matters for clients across a wide range of sectors, including aviation, energy and agriculture. Recent highlights include acting for a bunker fuels supplier in the ACM’s cartel investigation. The team also successfully represented online children’s clothing reseller Kinderkleding Groep in summary proceedings brought by Kleertjes.com regarding allegations of an anti-competitive scheme with two other resellers. ‘Clear communicatorRuben Elkerbout and Jan Erik Janssen are key names.

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Netherlands: Energy

Regulatory

Within: Leading individuals

Jan Erik Janssen - Stek

Within: Regulatory

The ‘outstanding’, ‘efficient’ team at Stek works to ‘very tight deadlines’; it is especially strong in litigation. ‘Trustworthy’, ‘practical and very thorough’ group head Jan Erik Janssen has ‘excellent regulatory and business knowledge’; counsel Stephanie Dielemans is ‘precise, accurate and committed’. Counsel Martha Brinkman is also recommended. Clients include Dong Energy, Eneco, Liander and Stedin.

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