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Jones Day


Netherlands

Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 4

Jones Day

The ‘personable, pragmatic’ team at Jones Day has ‘a very reassuring global network’. Practice head Mike Jansen advised SHV Energy on its purchase of American Midstream Partners’ propane businesses. Marc Rijkaart van Cappellenthinks outside the box’; ‘dedicated, strategic’ and ‘very skilled’ senior associate Bastiaan Kout shows ‘cross-border thinking’. Floris Pierik made partner in January 2017.

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Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 5

Jones Day

Jones Day’s team, which provides ‘very good service in every respect’, is jointly led by Mariëlle Daudt and pensions, benefits and compensation expert Irene Vermeeren-Keijzers. ‘Very intelligent, ambitious’ counsel Franck van Uden is recommended for litigation and arbitration; on the non-contentious side he assisted BioMarin Pharmaceutical with restructuring its Dutch business.

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Fraud and white-collar crime
Fraud and white-collar crime - ranked: tier 2

Jones Day

The ‘highly reliable’ investigations and white-collar defence practice at Jones Day represents multinational clients in a wide range of investigation and litigation matters, including bribery, fraud, economic sanctions and money laundering. Group head Aldo Verbruggen, who is ‘a strong influencer’, is acting for Veon on the Dutch aspects of a cross-border bribery investigation conducted by both US and Dutch authorities. Associate Tessa van Roomen is also a name to note.

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Investment funds
Leading individuals

Quirine Eenhorst - Jones Day

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Private equity
Private equity - ranked: tier 3

Jones Day

Praised for its ‘good understanding of clients’ objectives’, Jones Day’s department is led by Floris Pierik, who made partner in January 2017. Pierik advised Aurelius Equity Opportunities on its sale of Getronics to Bottega. ‘Very skilled’ senior associate Bastiaan Kout ‘always keeps his calm’; Mike Jansen is also recommended.

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Restructuring and insolvency
Restructuring and insolvency - ranked: tier 4

Jones Day

Jasper Berkenbosch leads the team at Jones Day; he was appointed as administrator of Oi Brasil Holdings Coöperatief, PaperlinX Netherlands Holdings and Celtic. Gerjanne te Winkel defended Novero Investments in restructuring-related tort proceedings.

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Tax
Tax - ranked: tier 3

Jones Day

Jones Day’s ‘proactive, concise and accurate’ team primarily acts for multinational companies and US private equity firms. Practice head Lodewijk Berger, who is ‘an expert adviser’, advised Timken on the tax aspects of its €280m acquisition of Groeneveld Group. Berger is also advising Axon on the tax issues arising from its establishment of an international headquarters in the Netherlands. Other clients include Chevron, Coca-Cola and Abbott.

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Netherlands: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation
Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation - ranked: tier 4

Jones Day

Jones Day’s group is noted for its ‘impressive track record’ on cross-border matters. ‘Assertive’ group head Gerjanne te Winkel, who has ‘great courtroom presence’, represented Highfields Capital Management in litigation brought against Delta Lloyd before the Enterprise Division of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal regarding Delta Lloyd’s rights offering. Other clients include Fortuna Entertainment Group, Oi and TMF Group.

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