Chambers Global 2020 was published today, the guide that provides a global overview of five international jurisdictions. BarentsKrans has a number of wonderful mentions for Corporate/M&A, Intellectual Property and Dispute Resolution.
Feedback from clients and peers
The yearly Chambers ranking lists are based upon feedback received from clients as well as peer reviews. Chambers is one of the leading guidebooks within the international field of advocacy.
Chambers Global says the following about BarentsKrans lawyers:
Martijn van Maanen regularly acts for claimants on class actions, including cartel damages claims. Appreciative clients describe him as “smart and pragmatic,” adding that he has “good insight into what it takes for a claimant’s case to succeed.” Van Maanen also advises on bankruptcy cases.
Clients praise William Schonewille for being “a very able and well-organised litigator with considerable experience in financial and consumer cases.” His practice focuses on financial disputes, frequently representing clients in class actions.
Michiel Martin has a strong presence in the Dutch market representing domestic clients in cross-border transactions. He is active on transactions in the packaging, logistics and fitness sectors.
Clients regard Jaap Bremer as a “down-to-earth straight-shooter” who is “very solid and personable.” He acts on cases relating to both trade mark and patent disputes.
Marleen Van den Horst is praised by clients for maintaining a “really good oversight” of cases. Her practice centres on contentious patent cases, where she frequently represents multinational pharmaceutical clients.
Overview Chambers Global 2020 rankings
An extensive overview of this year’s rankings can be found here.