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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

Judica Krikke

Tel:
Work +31 20 546 02 12
Email:
Web:
www.stibbe.com/en/people/j/judica-krikke
Stibbe

Work Department

Technology, Media and Telecommunications

Position

Judica acts as strategic advisor and negotiator in ICT procurement, outsourcing and cloudsourcing, software licensing, data protection and tech & data transactions. She is often involved in ICT related disputes and the resolution thereof. Judica is arbitrator for the Dutch ICT arbitration institute (SGOA) and teaches in the postgraduate information law programme of Grotius Academy.

Languages

Dutch, Englosh


Netherlands

Industry focus: Information technology

Within: Leading individuals

Judica Krikke - Stibbe

Within: Industry focus: Information technology

Judica Krikke, who leads the practice at Stibbe, has extensive expertise across ICT sourcing and procurement projects, software licences, related disputes, and is an arbitrator for the Dutch ICT Arbitration Institute. The department continues to advise the state, most recently on an assessment of Microsoft cloud services and the negotiation of contractual terms. Rogier Raas has a focus on the financial sector and is part of the team that advises Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance on various procurement and other matters.

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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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Industry focus: healthcare and life sciences

Within: Industry focus: healthcare and life sciences

Stibbe has 'a strong team committed to getting things done and the diversity of knowledge in the team was a strong trigger to select them'. Judica Krikke, who heads the healthcare and life sciences group, covers IP, ICT, and data protection and is assisted by senior associate Dennis Mollema, who has a focus on the corporate and finance side of transactions. In recent work, the team advised a consortium of the University Medical Centers on a major ICT tender process pertaining to server and storage infrastructure. It also continues to act for Mylan on all its EU antitrust issues.

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