Mr Tom van Helmond > Loyens & Loeff > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Loyens & Loeff
Parnassusweg 300
1081 LC Amsterdam
Netherlands

Work Department

Competition & Regulatory, Healthcare

Position

Partner, Attorney at Law

Career

Tom van Helmond, attorney at law, is a member of the Competition & Regulatory practice group. He specialises in healthcare and (European) procurement and competition law. He advises parties in the healthcare sector and frequently acts for them in legal proceedings. His clients include health insurers, (cure and care) healthcare institutions, medical profession enterprises, branch associations and healthcare entrepreneurs. Thanks to his medical background, Tom is very knowledgeable on healthcare and the healthcare sector, which is a great help when representing the legal interests of clients. Tom is co-chair of the Healthcare team and member of the Life Sciences Team.

Tom is also very well known for his procurement expertise. He is a highly sought after advisor, representing a broad spectrum of clients in several sectors, such as infrastructure (including hydraulic engineering), healthcare, governments and tech. Tom assists his clients frequently in legal proceedings.

He also lectures regularly and often publishes on healthcare topics and (European) procurement and competition law in professional journals.

Languages

Dutch, English

Education

Dutch law, University of Maastricht, 2004
Medicine, University of Maastricht, 2008

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Industry focus: healthcare and life sciences

(Leading individuals)

Tom van HelmondLoyens & Loeff

Loyens & Loeff fields ‘a very professional and reliable team’, which offers combined legal and tax expertise to Dutch and international clients. It has particular expertise in corporate M&A, and financing deals for a range of clients, from local care providers to global pharmaceutical companies. Tom van Helmond  is a name to note for regulatory, litigation and competition work, while Kim Lucassen  is recommended for contracting and data protection. Frank Leijdesdorff  advises on corporate governance and transactional matters.