Advocate Quirijn Biesheuvel > Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile
Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten Offices
1077 SL Amsterdam
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Advocate Quirijn Biesheuvel
Corporate and M&A.
Quirijn Biesheuvel specialises in corporate law, focusing on mergers, acquisitions and disposals (asset deals), joint ventures, restructurings and advising on general corporate law issues. In addition, Quirijn advises on commercial contracts, such as distribution agreements, agency agreements, production and supply agreements, licence agreements, shared service agreements and service level agreements.
Prior to founding Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten in 2014, Quirijn worked in the corporate practice of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Amsterdam and New York offices).
Quirijn is a member of the Dutch Bar Association (2002).
Quirijn graduated from the VU University Amsterdam (Vrije Universiteit) (civil law and corporate law). Quirijn is also a board member of the foundation Nieuwe Tijdinghe, a producer of innovative history projects whose objective is to share historical knowledge and expand historical awareness with a large and diverse audience (www.nieuwetijdinghe.nl).
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The ‘easy to approach‘ private equity team at Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten focuses on cross-border and structurally complex transactions. Apart from Dutch and foreign private equity houses, the firm’s clientele ranges from local companies to investors and large public corporates. Quirijn Biesheuvel, who ‘keeps the big picture in mind‘ leads the team. Wouter Brugma joined the firm in April 2019, while Babette Waltman arrived in September 2019. Both were previously at Rutgers & Posch.(Leading individuals)
Biesheuvel Jansen advocaten fields a highly rated team, which is ‘agile and flexible‘. Quirijn Biesheuvel, who has ‘great expertise and is good value for money and business minded‘ jointly heads up the practice, which is ‘creative and solution oriented‘, with Wouter Brugma. The team handles high-profile transactions with cross-border elements alongside a range of domestic deals.