Firm Profile > Bird & Bird > Amsterdam, Netherlands
Bird & Bird Offices
ITO TOWER, 7TH FLOOR
GUSTAV MAHLERPLEIN 28
1082 MA AMSTERDAM
Bird & Bird > The Legal 500 RankingsBird & Bird’s broad expertise includes a focus on developing technologies, such as AI, robotics, blockchain and distributed ledgers, fintech and the platform economy. Its multidisciplinary approach draws on practitioners who specialise in corporate, dispute resolution and public procurement matters. Jeroen van der Lee handles technology and commercial projects, as well as content digitisation and social media; he jointly heads the team with Roelien van Neck, who focuses on commercial matters in the IT and technology sectors. Tjibbe Douma was a new arrival in early 2021.
Jeroen van der Lee; Roelien van Neck
Other key lawyers:
Emesa (subsidiary of Talpa)
Working out of the firm's offices in The Hague and Amsterdam, Bird & Bird's team handles domestic, European and multi-jurisdictional mandates. Its broad expertise spans advertising, copyright, gaming, content distribution, supervision and enforcement by regulators, privacy, and Freedom of Information Act-related cases. The firm acts for large multinational media organisations, smaller domestic companies and also individuals. Olaf Trojan focuses on freedom of speech and internet-related matters. Paul Waszink is adept at handling regulatory matters in the telecoms and media sectors.
Olaf Trojan; Paul Waszink
Other key lawyers:
Janneke Kohlen; Wilfred Steenbruggen
The large and experienced telecoms team at Bird & Bird has a multidisciplinary approach and draws on strength from the firm’s global technology and communications group. Working closely with other offices, the team handles Dutch and European matters. It has considerable expertise of EU policy and regulatory developments, and advises clients on new disruptive technologies. Marjolein Geus has over 30 years’ and is experienced in international mandates. Paul Waszink is noted for regulatory matters and is an experienced litigator. Roger van Buuren joined as partner from Bond Advocaten.
Marjolein Geus; Paul Waszink
Other key lawyers:
Frank Simons; Feyo Sickinghe; Roger van Buuren
‘Bird & Bird is very strong on Dutch telecoms regulatory work’.
‘Its reputation has been developed over some years and is well deserved’.
‘Marjolein Geus is widely known in the Dutch market for her expertise and insight in terms of both Dutch and EU telecom regulation’.
‘This practice has extensive knowledge of all aspects of the telecommunications and content distribution markets in the Netherlands.’
‘The legal specialists are easily accessible to each and everyone.’
‘Thorough knowledge and profound analyses of cases ’.
‘Marjolein Geus has a thorough knowledge of regulated markets’.
‘Bird & Bird looks beyond the legal perspective on the case’.
British Telecom (BT)
Arcus Infrastructure / E-Fiber
Cellnex group NL
As part of the firm's wider IT practice, Bird & Bird's 'very knowledgeable and creative' team handles the full breadth of data work including compliance mandates, enforcement issues and data transactions. With notable expertise in the healthcare, telecoms and financial services sectors, the group is also increasingly active in adtech work and binding corporate rules matters. The group also works closely with other offices in the firm's global network, advising clients including Uber, Teva Pharmaceuticals and ABB. Senior counsel Wilfred Steenbruggen and newly promoted counsel Berend van der Eijk jointly lead the practice.
Wilfred Steenbruggen; Berend van der Eijk
‘Very knowledgeable and creative.’
‘Wilfred Steenbruggen is highly experienced, especially in the telecoms and healthcare sectors. He understands the (privacy) issues of these industries and proposes pragmatic solutions.’
‘The team is knowledgeable, experienced and quick to respond.’
‘Wilfred Steenbruggen provides excellent counsel in the field of data protection and privacy.’
Robin Mobile/Budget Mobiel
Evelyn Tjon-En-Fa; Olaf Trojan
Other key lawyers:
‘Creative in finding a defence, very good in determing the strategy, knowledgeable and great support.’
‘Evelyn Tjon-En-Fa is an outstanding lawyer, to the point, with very strong legal skills and knowledge.’
‘I have found Bird & Bird Netherlands to be extremely skilled, responsive and creative. In the disputes team I have dealt with Evelyn Tjon-En-Fa. I’ve also dealt with Marjolein Geus in the tech team, who is an absolute star and regulatory guru. They are also highly cost-effective. ’
‘Bird & Bird is a great law firm for telecommunications and adjacent issues. Partners and associates are friendly and competent, are usually widely available, make use of global knowledge and share this knowledge in specific sessions in forums or one-on-one.’
‘Partners I work with are not only professionally competent but also socially, willing to share more than just professional experience. The company itself has social engagement in its agenda, making it very pleasant to work with.’
‘The members of the team I have met are proactive, with a very good business sense. They immediately sense what kind of advice is needed.’
‘Evelyn Tjon-en-Fa is one of the most intelligent lawyers I have worked with. Not only does she grasp complex technology within a split second, which makes it easier to explain the nature of a conflict, but she also has a sharp political and business sense, which makes her the perfect partner to work with as an in-house lawyer. ’
‘Very pro-active, excellent planning, good energy and up to speed. Evelyn Tjon-en-Fa is a fighter – very focused, fully on top of the case, good analytical skills. Marieke van den Heuvel is thorough and hard working, a good team player.’
Aso Forge International
Ihlas Holding A.S.
Large Dutch construction companies
Intellectual Property Agency for the Benelux (Benelux Merkenbureau)
Bird & Bird provides tailored and commercially-oriented advice to traditional energy companies, as well as new entrants to the renewable energy market. Corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs) are a particular area of expertise, and the firm is well-regarded for its international experience in this space. Sophie Dingenen, who is on the board of the Dutch Wind Energy Association (NWEA), heads up the team. She is noted for transactional and project development work, as well as developing innovative contract structures. Roger van Buuren joined from Bond Advocaten.
Other key lawyers:
Arnoud Knijnenburg; René Rieter; Margot Besseling; Roger van Buuren
‘The team is very flexible, approachable, professional and has a pleasant informal style of working’.
‘They really feel like an extension of our deal team, with no formalities or other thresholds in terms of communication’.
‘They really have a good feel for the needs of our company and every detail of the cooperation can be discussed openly without any difficulties’.
‘The wind energy team is unique as it covers jurisdictions that not any other law firms cover’.
‘Of all the cross-border teams within law firms we worked with, I found B&B’s team most seamless’.
‘All team members in all jurisdictions were up to date where the project stood and knew very well what their task was’.
‘Sophie Dingenen is an extremely good manager, very flexible, hands-on, informal and honest’.
‘ The team, especially Sophie Dingenen, is highly capable with all aspects of solar PV projects’.
Eurus Energy Europe
Visser & Smit Hanab
‘Janneke Kohlen, together with her strong team, is able to answer questions quickly and thoroughly.’
‘Janneke Kohlen is always well prepared for any meeting, as is her strong team. She combines her incredible legal knowledge with deep industry knowledge and is able to answer questions quickly and thoroughly. A great thing about Janneke is that she does not present the rules of law, but that she thinks along with the organisation and comes up with practical, step-by-step and easy to implement tools for every situation.’
‘Very hands on and knowledgeable about the industry and eager to understand client business; comes up with creative solutions within the boundaries of the law.’
‘Pauline Kuipers is a good strategic thinker – provides solid commercially tailored advice.’
T-Mobile Netherlands B.V.
Mastercard Europe S.A.
Marshall Land Systems Ltd.
GS1 Nederland B.V.
Groupe Limagrain Holding S.A.
Trusted Quality & Integrity Solutions B.V.
Total Gas & Power Nederland B.V.
Blackboard International B.V.
Commvault Systems International B.V.
Yum! Brands Inc (Kentucky Fried Chicken)
With a focus on IP, the food and beverage team at Bird & Bird has strong expertise in trade marks, designs, copyright and patents, and contentious IP issues. It also provides support in corporate, commercial, tax and regulatory matters and related litigation. The team is a popular choice for producers of food and beverage products, biotech companies and manufacturers of packaging. Manon Rieger-Jansen heads the retail and consumer group and specialises in all aspects of brand and product design protection and portfolio management.
Other key lawyers:
Treasury Wine Estates
Anheuser Busch InBev
An integral part of the firm's international life sciences group, Bird & Bird’s Dutch team is noted for its expertise in IP and patent litigation. It is also active in other areas including regulatory and transactional matters. Leaning on its global network for support, the firm is well placed to handle parallel litigation in multiple jurisdictions. Marc van Wijngaarden is active in the areas of pharmaceutical, biotech and medical devices. Michiel Wurfbain focuses on the corporate side of the practice, including cross-border M&A. Armand Killan is highly regarded for litigation in the space.
Marc van Wijngaarden; Michiel Wurfbain
Other key lawyers:
Armand Killan; Wouter Pors
‘Well-embedded in the international framework of the firm’.
‘Fairly large team, but not on par with the market leaders in this area’.
‘Armand Killan is very efficient’.
‘Marc van Wijngaarden is very nice and a pleasure to work with’.
B Braun Melsungen
Bilthoven Biologicals / Serum Institute of India
Stichting Katholieke Universiteit (comprising Radboud University and Radboud University Medical Hospital)
Bird & Bird is well known for its ability to handle multi-jurisdictional cases in conjunction with its network of global offices for its domestic and international clients. Its clients also benefit from TwoBirds' client solutions; the provision of a range of automating legal processes. Its clients come from a range of innovating industries ranging from life sciences and healthcare to energy, defence and consumer goods. It is, for example, acting for ABInBev in relation to its 'bag-in-bottle' technology. Wouter Pors' reputation extends to being involved in the preparations for the Unified Patent Court, and Marc van Wijngaarden attracts high-profile international clients, particularly in the pharmaceutical industry. Armand Killan's patent litigation skills assist clients in the tech, life sciences, healthcare, and retail consumer industries. Thijs van den Heuvel has a broad IP practice including patents; Peter van Gemert is gaining recognition as a patent lawyer and Kian Hsia is also a noted team member.
Wouter Pors; Armand Killian; Marc van Wijngaarden
‘Bird & Bird is definitely a go-to firm in Europe but the soft IP team in the Hague is one of their best. Agile and innovative. Also, the firm has the reputation to handle only complex cases and that should be able to afford. My experience with Manon Rieger’s team is that they can assist us in complex matters but also on straightforward questions or day-to-day trade mark issues for an appropriate fees structure.’
‘Beyond the law firm’s reputation, I would definitely recommend working with Manon Rieger. She is an outstanding litigator in soft IP matters, in particular complex trademark cases. She is business-oriented and a strategic thinker in particular in cases with multi-jurisdictional angles. She is also pragmatic, down to earth.’
‘Bird & Bird has outstanding lawyers that have assisted us through thick and thin.’
‘Their lawyers are accurate, dedicated, and loyal. I especially advocate here for Armand Killan. Armand is an outstanding IP litigator with a great political sense, which is highly valuable in business negotiations under high pressure.’
‘They stand out as to content and case management. Besides they are kind people with whom it is easy to work. They are open for discussions and able to change their mind.’
‘Armand Killan: he is really someone with a helicopter view and an excellent case manager. He knows which topics are important and which ones are less important. He is the real leader of the team.’
‘Peter van Gemert: he is young but extremely good in both legal and technical content. Moreover, he can plead rather well.‘
‘Kian Hsia: he is also a coming man. He likes to investigate important details of the case and is not afraid to question opinions in the team itself such that they become more clear. He also is a good case manager and a team player.’
‘Their understanding of the intricacies of patent litigation in the telecoms sector. They have in-depth knowledge and a breadth of expertise.’
‘The team is strong in litigious patent cases, and creative. They dig into the technology and legal merits of the case, and provide practical, creative solutions that really help our business.’
‘Marc van Wijngaarden is a trusted partner who has an insatiable ability to get into the detail. He is supported by the rather brilliant associate Peter van Gemert who is a rising star in his field.’
The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Anheuser-Busch InBev/AB InBev
Sinopharm Weiqida Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.
Swiss Pharma International
Bird & Bird's full-service IP practice is headed by Wouter Pors who is well known for his high-level disputes work and for his involvement as an expert in various new directives and legislation. 'Definitely one of the best in NL for soft IP', Manon Rieger-Jansen heads the brand management practice; she assists clients such as Monster Energy, Kraft Heinz, and Reckitt Benckiser with both advisory and dispute matters including parallel import and anti-counterfeiting cases. Armand Killan, whose work includes coordinating European, cross-border trade mark litigation and anti-counterfeiting is also a core team member. Partner Tjibbe Douma and associate Daan Wijnnobel are two of new team members. In addition to contentious work, the team's international trade mark prosecution mandates has increased substantially. On the client service side, TwoBirds Access allows clients to track progress and costs, and the firm has a partnership with YES! Delft, an accelerator programme for tech startups.
‘Manon Rieger is an incredible lawyer, sharp thinking, strategic, and business-oriented. Her knowledge of portfolio management and litigation allows her to give assist an in-house team in the whole strategy.’
‘Manon Rieger: definitely one of the best in NL for soft IP.’
‘The team has excellent knowledge of the law and shows their intention clearly to understand our client’s business and needs, which makes them an excellent partner.’
‘My main contact in the firm is Manon Rieger-Jansen, who is a very strong practitioner, goes deep into the conflict, and gives the best service available. She also is very easy to reach, work with, and cooperate.’
‘B&B’s practice is very willing to adapt to the client’s needs, including negotiating fees and fee structures. Their team is extremely well versed and provides practical solutions tailored to the client. ’
‘Manon Rieger-Jansen is a well-seasoned attorney with a wealth of knowledge, able to provide practical solutions to a variety of client’s situations. In addition, Manon is extremely approachable, which makes interactions with her easy, efficient, and effective. ’
‘Manon Rieger Jansen is brilliant. ’
‘I like to refer work to Manon Rieger-Jansen. She is a skilled lawyer with a commercial mindset.
‘Bird & Bird is sizeable and yet retains a personal touch.’
NPO (Dutch Public broadcaster)
Bird & Bird is predominantly active on the issuer side of ECM deals, with a particular focus on the technology, healthcare, and pharmaceutical sectors, in addition to clients in the private equity space. Michiel Wurfbain heads the team, and is particularly experienced in boardroom-level advice, with a sector focus on life sciences. At the junior level, associate Marinke Moeliker one to watch.
Other key lawyers:
Kiadis Pharma N.V.
Envipco Holding N.V.
Netherlands > Employment Tier 3Bird & Bird’s practice is embedded in its international employment, benefits, pension and business immigration group, allowing it to leverage global support from its international network. The firm is active in the pharmaceuticals, TMT, retail, tobacco, aviation and defence industries. Team head Philip Hartman has 30 years of experience in strategic HR-legal consulting, restructuring, outsourcing, M&A, investigations and boardroom terminations.
Other key lawyers:
‘Very knowledgeable, detailed and thinking for their client’.
‘Philip Hartman very client focussed’.
‘Very profound and deep knowledge and a good sparring partner in difficult situations’.
‘Nice people to work with’.
‘Very deep knowledge and experience at a broad scale’.
‘Very client-friendly approach and advice’.
‘Philip Hartman is at the absolute top of this game and he’s always available’.
Royal Conservatoire and Academy of Art
Bird & Bird handles a broad range of matters in the retail sector, including IP, corporate, commercial, real estate, competition and disputes. Given its deep experience in technology, the firm is well positioned to handle digital transformations, digital sales and omni-channel matters. The team acts for clients from the luxury, fashion, food and beverage, and hotels and leisure sectors. Manon Rieger-Jansen heads the practice.
Treasury Wine Estates
Netherlands > Insurance Tier 3Evelyn Tjon-En-Fa leads the liability and insurance group at Bird & Bird, which acts for underwriters and insured on liability and insurance law matters. Areas of focus include mass claims, private enforcement and policy coverage disputes. On the non-contentious side, the firm handles the drafting of insurance policies and conducts localisation exercises.
Bazan Oil Group
Shiloh Industries, Inc.
Koninklijke VolkerWessels Group
Royal BAM Group
Visser & Smit Hanab
Torghatten ASA (Norway)
Bird & Bird has increased its market presence through the hire of Roger van Buuren, a project finance specialist with more than twenty years of private practice and in-house banking experience working with lenders and investors in all types of financings in renewable energy, particularly in solar (offshore and onshore) wind, battery storage and biomass, and infrastructure. He is regularly mandated by key client ABN Amro Bank on project financing transactions, where he is assisted by associate Franka van Buuren.
Netherlands > Tax Tier 3
Bird & Bird is known for the provision of tax advice to the technology, communications, life sciences and energy and utilities industries. Its expertise includes advising on innovative projects and litigation. The Dutch tax team can also leverage its international office network for heavyweight, cross-border matters. Leading the team is experienced tax partner Willem Bongaerts, who specialises in M&A transactions, corporate finance and business restructurings; he is assisted by indirect taxation partner Brian Mulier and counsel Pieter Camps.
Tilray Inc. /Privateer Holdings
Secure 24, Symmetry Global
SPUR Steak Ranches International
Taco Group Holding
Bird & Bird is primarily active in the field of acquisition financing, and predominantly acts for Dutch banks in their offering of such finances. Additionally it handles energy and project finance, as well as financing deals for emerging markets. Roger van Buuren leads the group, having joined from Bond Advocaten in late 2019, and focuses on project finance, leveraged finance, and syndicated lending.
Roger van Buuren
‘Compared to other firms Bird & Bird is approachable and down to earth. They are always there to answer your questions and try to get to the bottom of your problem. They reach beyond your ‘simple’ question and think about the process as a whole. ‘
‘Bird & Bird is a very hands-on and pragmatic law firm, always looking for practical solutions for a fair price compared to other firms.’
‘Roger is down to earth and very approachable. He has a strong understanding of what banks want.’
‘Roger is pragmatic and brings a lot of knowledge to the lower mid-market.’
‘Roger van Buuren is very pragmatic, always looking for practical solutions and transparent about the fees charged. Generally stays within his capped fee-quote.’
‘Roger van Buuren is a lawyer who truly understand how a loan product works. This does set him apart from competitors because he thinks about possible constrains which otherwise have to be solved later on in a process. This means the process is smooth and without surprises. ‘
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.
Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank AG
Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries SA/NV (Bio)
Vollers Holland B.V.
Kreos Capital Group
Tronox Holdings plc
The 'intensely deal-driven' practice at Bird & Bird takes a sector-focused approach to its corporate work, specialising in the technology and communications, energy, and life sciences and healthcare sectors. The group also leverages the firm's global network on cross-border mandates, including M&A, joint ventures and private equity deals. Group head Pauline Vos is praised for her 'relentless energy'; other key names include energy practice head Sophie Dingenen, civil law notary René Rieter and life sciences expert Michiel Wurfbain.
‘A lot of practical experience even in relatively junior members of the firm, which shows that this is a learning organisation where the firm ensures that the experience present in the firm gets distributed even among the junior members of the firm. Very much to the point, no nonsense, pragmatic and efficient.’
‘The practice is intensely deal-driven. They have proven to be able to effectively deal with completing the legal discussions with a complex set of counter parties and effectively manage our interest in that process.’
‘We mostly worked with Pauline Vos (partner). The key qualities she brings to the table are (legal) negotiation experience, creativity in finding solutions for issues, providing a good understanding of potential risks and relentless energy.’
Connecting Europe Broadband Fund
Ibérica Partners Sucesión
Financial Transaction services
EURUS Energy Europe
Unisun Energy Group
Bird & Bird > Firm Profile
The firm: Bird & Bird is an international law firm, with a long-established reputation for having a rare and invaluable grasp of strategic commercial issues. The firm combines exceptional legal expertise with deep industry knowledge and refreshingly creative thinking, to help clients operating at the forefront of their industries to achieve their commercial goals.
Bird & Bird has over 1,200 lawyers and legal practitioners with broad advisory transactional and contentious capability, with a particular focus on key industry sectors. The firm has an extensive international reach with 28 offices in 19 countries across Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, offering a seamless, cross-border service between locations and sector and practice groups.
Since 2018, the office in Amsterdam provides a comprehensive range of high-quality corporate and commercial legal services to its clients. Combining a strongly established Dutch practice with teams from each of the firm’s international offices, it is well placed to provide domestic and cross-border advice to national and international clients.
The firm has extensive experience acting for clients in a wide variety of intellectual property and other commercial litigation, as well as in disputes in regulated markets. It is also one of few law firms in the Netherlands that specialises in Dutch Supreme Court litigation.
The office is staffed by over 80 Dutch lawyers, all of whom are bilingual in Dutch and English. The team of lawyers, tax experts and notaries is switched on to the particular challenges of technology-oriented, regulated industry sectors.
Areas of practice: Underpinned by deep client and industry knowledge, the firm’s key sectors include:
Electronics: advising clients operating in or serving the electronics industry, from R&D and component manufacturing, to technology licensing agreements.
Energy and utilities: advising large multinationals, investors, project companies and large energy consumers on electricity generation, energy trading, renewable energy, clean Tech and climate change, and upstream oil and gas.
Financial services: advising global clients in the financial services sector, such as global retail and investment banks, investors and hedge funds, on transactions, regulatory issues, commercial contracts and dispute resolution.
Food and beverage: advising on a full range of areas, including branding, labelling, health claims, fair trade and patents on novel foods.
Life sciences and healthcare: advising clients in biotechnology, bioinformatics and pharmaceutical companies on licensing and drug development agreements, R&D collaboration, IP acquisitions and joint ventures.
Media and entertainment: advising clients from across the media spectrum on a wide range of issues, including exploitation across all forms of digital media and emerging areas, such as user-generated content exploitation.
Notarial services: (inter)national restructurings, mergers and acquisitions, real estate transactions and financing.
Technology and communications: advising on matters ranging from smaller innovative projects to some of the largest, most complex and ground-breaking transactions and disputes of recent years. Its team includes lawyers with a particular focus on communications, devices and components, digital tech and eCommerce, and software and services as well as a number of more specialist industries including data centres, postal and satellites.
|Intellectual property||Armand Killan|
|Intellectual property||Wouter Pors|
|Intellectual property||Manon Rieger-Jansen|
|Tax, trade and customs||Willem Bongaerts|
|Tax, trade and customs||Brian Mulier|
|Tax, trade and customs||Arnoud Knijnenburg|
|Aviation and aerospace||Pauline Vos|
|Energy and utilities||Michelle de Rijke|
|Energy and utilities||Sophie Dingenen|
|Life sciences||Marc van Wijngaarden|
|Commercial, outsourcing and IT||Jeroen van der Lee|
|Commercial, outsourcing and IT||Roelien van Neck|
|Dispute resolution||Evelyn Tjon-En-Fa|
|Dispute resolution||Olaf Trojan|
|Patents and know how||Armand Killan|
|Patents and know how||Wouter Pors|
|Competition and EU||Pauline Kuipers|
|Competition and EU||Marjolein Geus|
|Competition and EU||Janneke Kohlen|
|Competition and EU||Hein Hobbelen|
|Banking and finance||Pauline Vos|
|Banking and finance||Gerard Moussault|
|Privacy and data protection||Jeroen van der Lee|
|Regulatory and administrative (public)||Michelle de Rijke|
|Regulatory and administrative (public)||Marjolein Geus|
|Electronics||Jeroen van der Lee|
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