Jan Truijens Martinez

Jan Truijens Martinez

Jan handles all topics within the antitrust area, but focusses on merger control and cartel investigations.

Jan has successfully handled several multi-jurisdictional mergers relating to the life science sector. In addition, he has worked on several national merger control cases that were all successfully cleared.

Jan fulfils an important role in promoting innovation within Stibbe. Through his role, Jan bridges the gap between staff and lawyers by implementing new technology, work methods and participating in innovative projects together with clients.

He has a master’s in international law from the University of Amsterdam (2012), together with a master’s in literary studies (2010) from the same university.

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2012


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European Court of Justice rules EY did not violate stand-still obligation in Danish merger

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Hague Court of Appeal rules on interpretation of object infringements

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