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Stibbe

BEETHOVENPLEIN 10, 1077 WM AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 20 546 06 06
Fax:
Fax +31 20 546 0123
Email:
Web:
www.stibbe.com
Amsterdam, Brussels, Dubai, London, Luxembourg, New York

Jan Reinier van Angeren

Tel:
Work +31 20 546 01 95
Email:
Web:
: www.stibbe.com/en/people/j/jan-reinier-van-angeren
Stibbe

Work Department

Construction, Environment and Planning, Real Estate, Telecoms.

Position

Jan Reinier specialises in administrative and public law. His work includes advising local governments and large project development companies on various matters related to general public law. His expertise also comprises of administrative litigation, environmental law, planning law, subsidies and compliance. Furthermore, he is an expert on public transport and railway law.

Languages

Dutch, English, French, German


Netherlands

Environment and planning

Within: Environment and planning

Stibbe's 'uniqueness with respect to administrative law lies in its particularly thorough research resulting in sound strategic advice'. Aaldert ten Veen, Jan Reinier van Angeren and Tom Barkhuysen are some of the senior lawyers, the latter is 'a fantastic lawyer – a very clear communicator, very energetic and an emphatic and out of the box thinker'. Anna Collignon is known for her focus on the energy and chemical sectors and Valérie van ’t Lam is reported to be 'extremely knowledgeable in the field of administrative law, approachable and a very strategic, team player'. In typical work, the team advised Wind Farm Fryslân on all aspects of the construction of an onshore wind farm, work that included dealing with various government agencies, private parties and foundations with regard to zoning, permitting and environmental issues.

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Industry focus: Media and entertainment

Within: Industry focus: Media and entertainment

Stibbe's telecoms, media, and entertainment group assists clients on corporate and M&A matters and disputes; it acted for Liberty Global and its Dutch subsidiary Ziggo in a court battle with Fox over the client's right to distribute the Fox Sports channels, including coverage of live football matches in the Dutch market. Judica Krikke and Jan Reinier van Angeren co-head the group and advised Payvision on the sale of a majority stake of 75% to ING.  There have been a number of new hires including associate Jasper Klopper from Allen & Overy LLP.

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