Mrs Kim Lucassen > Loyens & Loeff > Rotterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile
Loyens & Loeff Offices
3011 GA ROTTERDAM, PO BOX 2888
3000 CW ROTTERDAM
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Mrs Kim Lucassen
Competition & Regulatory
Kim Lucassen, partner, attorney at law, is a member of the Litigation & Risk Management practice group
Kim Lucassen, attorney at law and partner, is a member of the Competition & Regulatory practice group. She specialises in pharmaceutical law, privacy law, regulated markets and (international) contracts. Kim advises both large multinationals and start-ups. Kim is a member of Loyens & Loeff’s Life Sciences Team and the Data Protection & Privacy Team. She is also a member of the Benelux Food and Beverages Team and the Healthcare Team.
Kim is a member of the Privacy Law Association and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Law, Radboud University, Nijmegen, 2003
Administrative law, Grotius Academy, Nijmegen, 2007
Domestic and international contract law, Grotius Academie, Nijmegen, 2010
The Loyens & Loeff practice assists Dutch and well-known overseas clients with investments, tax, data protection and litigation matters including representation before the Dutch Telecoms Authority. The group’s work includes drafting inter-connection agreements, and obtaining the necessary permits. Kim Lucassen and senior associate Joanne Zaaijer are the key contacts.
The healthcare and life sciences teams at Loyens & Loeff provide a range of corporate and M&A, competition and tax advice, and assist pharmaceuticals companies with issues pertaining to the importation, packaging and marketing of medication throughout the EU. The group is also a partner with Health Holland, a platform for start-ups in the bio, healthcare and life sciences sectors. Tom van Helmond‘s expertise spans regulatory, litigation and competition work in the healthcare sector, and Kim Lucassen, who heads up the life sciences team, advises on regulatory, contractual and data protection matters. Frank Leijdesdorff undertakes a range of corporate and M&A work in the healthcare sphere.
The practice at Loyens & Loeff is led by Kim Lucassen, who also heads the firm’s life sciences group. It handles GDPR compliance, data breach cases and related disputes providing ‘client-oriented, tailored services, which include educational projects and knowledge update sessions’. Although life sciences, healthcare and technology are sectors of focus, it also assists clients in a range of other sectors such as insurance, electronics and banking. Senior associate Joanne Zaaijer is a member of the competition and regulatory practice, and specialises in data protection and privacy law, telecoms law and e-commerce.
Loyens & Loeff is home to a stand-alone practice which offers the full range of planning and environment expertise. Headed by Guido Koop and Kim Lucassen, it often works in concert with its M&A, real estate, and energy departments for clients as varied as Cargill, Shell, Blackstone and Dutch port authorities. Senior associate Victor van Ahee has broad experience in environment and health and safety matters including those relating to soil contamination, product safety, and occupational hazards.
The team at Loyens & Loeff provides ‘hands-on advice‘ to clients drawn from the technology, financial services, construction, healthcare and retail sectors on GDPR compliance matters, data transfers and data breaches. Filip Saelens, Rotterdam-based Kim Lucassen and senior associate Stéphanie De Smedt (‘reliable and accurate‘) are the key names.
- Industry focus: healthcare and life sciences - Netherlands
- Data privacy and data protection - Netherlands
- Environment and planning - Netherlands
- Industry focus: telecoms - Netherlands
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- Banking and finance: asset finance and structured finance
- Energy: regulatory
- Industry focus: Food
- Industry focus: healthcare and life sciences
- Investment funds
- Real estate
- Banking and finance: Financial services regulatory
- Banking and finance: lender or arranger side
- Capital markets: equity
- Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation
- Energy: transactional
- EU and competition
- Fraud and white-collar crime
- Industry focus: Information technology
- Industry focus: retail
- Private equity
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Banking and finance: Borrower side
- Capital markets: debt
- Commercial, corporate and M&a
- Data privacy and data protection
- Dispute resolution: arbitration
- Environment and planning
- Industry focus: telecoms