AMSTERDAM – 03 March 2021 – Greenberg Traurig, LLP Amsterdam Shareholders Herald Jongen and Radboud Ribbert and Associate Nienke Bernard authored the Netherlands trends and development chapter in the 2021 Chambers Global Practice Guide on TMT.
Jongen is recognized as a band 1 lawyer in Chambers Europe for TMT: IT & IT Outsourcing in the Netherlands. In the guide, a client notes he "is able to lead the negotiations in a very constructive manner and is always focused on getting the result we agreed."
Ribbert is recognized as a band 4 lawyer in Chambers Global for Intellectual Property in the Netherlands. He enters the rankings in 2021 following praise from market sources, with clients emphasizing his "strategic thinking and holistic approach,” according to Chambers.
The new TMT 2021 guide features 21 jurisdictions. The guide provides the latest legal information on cloud computing; blockchain; big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI); the internet of things (IoT); data protection; telecommunications rules; audio-visual services; encryption; and TMT-relevant responses to COVID-19.
Chambers’ Global Practice Guides provide legal commentary on key issues for businesses and discusses important developments in the most significant jurisdictions. For each guide, Chambers and Partners selects contributing editors who are ranked in the relevant Chambers Guides as the best in their field.
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