Jonas C. Hinrichsen

De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.


The Netherlands

Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Energy and Natural Resources, Construction and Engineering, Intellectual Property, General Commercial Disputes and Public International Law, Enforcement and Setting-Aside proceedings before Dutch courts

German (native), English, Dutch

University of Maastricht (European Law School LL.B.)
University of Maastricht (International and European Tax Law LL.M)

'The Law of the Future' (Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law), 1 April 2013;
Chapter for the forthcoming volume, 'Expedited International Arbitration: Policies, Rules and Procedures' (Wolter Kluwer), currently pending editorial review.

ICC Young Arbitration & ADR Forum (YAAF);
Dutch Arbitration Association (DAA);
German Arbitration Institute (DIS/DIS40);
Netherlands Arbitration Institution (NAI);
member of the selected Dutch-German Arbitration Group, an initiative of the DAA, DIS and the NAI, aiming to improve mutual knowledge of Dutch and German arbitration practice and to promote personal exchange among arbitration practitioners, in-house counsels as well as users.

The latest event Jonas helped organising was a panel discussion under the title 'Dutch German Perspectives on Commercial Disputes', with panelists from academia, private practice and large multinationals, taking place during the Berlin Dispute Resolution Days.

Jonas (admitted as Advocaat to the bar in the Netherlands) specialises in international disputes, including international commercial and investment arbitration and cross-border litigation. In his work Jonas has acted as counsel and advised on large-scale, highly political and sensitive international energy and intellectual property disputes in arbitration proceedings under the ICC, LCIA, NAI and UNCITRAL rules and under a variety of applicable laws. Jonas also regularly engages in enforcement and setting-aside proceedings before Dutch courts.

Jonas' years of experience in the oil and gas industry include in-house experience gathered during a one year secondment to a large multinational's global litigation department in Hamburg (Germany) and The Hague (the Netherlands) offices.

Before joining De Brauw's international arbitration practice, Jonas formed part of De Brauw’s Corporate M&A practice, where he assisted listed companies, large multinationals and private equity firms on public and private transactions.

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