Jan-Maarten Schepel

Jan-Maarten specialises in complex corporate litigation. In legal proceedings, he represents a wide range of both Dutch and international clients, from financial institutions to leading businesses.

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Jan-Maarten Schepel

Associate Amsterdam

Jan-Maarten specialises in complex corporate litigation. In legal proceedings, he represents a wide range of both Dutch and international clients, from financial institutions to leading businesses.

Jan-Maarten Schepel

Associate Amsterdam

Jan-Maarten also has experience in corporate and transactional projects for both local and international clients.

His practice involves a wide range of litigation processes, such as arbitration, securities litigation, shareholders’ and joint-venture related disputes, directors’ and officers’ liability, M&A litigation, corporate governance disputes, and inquiry proceedings before the Enterprise Chamber in the Netherlands.

In 2021, he worked as a full-time secondee at Picnic for three months, where he held the position of corporate legal counsel.

Jan-Maarten has written numerous articles and case commentaries, e.g. on the statutory buy-out procedure and dispute settlement procedure, the legal design of Dutch basic health insurance, and CSR policy.

His master’s thesis on the relationship between the obligation to complain and directors’ and officers’ liability appeared in book form.

He is a member of the Dutch Association of Corporate Litigation Lawyers (VCL) and the Dutch Association for Commercial Law (Vereeniging Handelsrecht) and has been an editor of Corporate Law Updates (OR Updates) for three years.

Languages: Dutch, English
Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2018
Matter
NL Law

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