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Timo Jansen

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Work +31 (0)20 5736 812
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Lexence

Work Department

Corporate litigation

Position

Lawyer, partner

Career

Timo Jansen is an expert in preventing and resolving corporate law issues and contractual disagreements. In particular, these have involved pre-contractual liability, takeovers, joint ventures, board member and shareholder liability, franchises and distribution. In addition, he acts in professional liability and fraud cases. His clients are mostly from the insurance, retail (food and non-food) and telecommunications sectors.

Timo is recommended in the Chambers Europe: 'His work is great, and he has won both of our big cases, reported one client' and in the Legal500: 'Jansen gets really involved in a matter to give the right advice. At the same time he stays cool and analytical in order to look at a case from a distance'. Chambers Global publishes the following quote 'He has a great ability to acquire and absorb knowledge.'

Timo joined Lexence in 2010. Before that he worked for Eversheds Faasen and Allen & Overy (previously Loeff Claeys Verbeke).

Languages

Dutch, English

Education

Timo studied both Dutch law and Law & Economics at the Universiteit Utrecht and followed the postgraduate studies in Corporate litigation at the Grotius Academie and Advanced Financial Statement Analysis at the Amsterdam Institute of Finance. He was admitted to the Bar in 1998.


Netherlands

Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Within: Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation

Lexence’s team acts for large corporates in the telecoms, financials and insurance sectors, among others. Co-head Timo Jansen  is acting for Vodafone in claims alleging anti-competitive behaviour against KPN. Fellow co-head Bram Thomas Craemer is representing Inreda Diabetics in a shareholder dispute.

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