Caspar Wenckebach has been working as an attorney both in the Netherlands and the USA (Silicon Valley) and represents leading and established companies such as Nokia, Cisco Systems and Wipro in the ICT sector and Mitsubishi in the Technology sector.
As founder and co-owner of WW Entertainment, one of the largest independent film distributors in the Benelux, Caspar has extensive business and legal knowledge of the Media & Entertainment industry. Caspar’s co-founding and investing in tech companies has given him an in-depth understanding of the clients business needs, that goes beyond the mere legal aspects.
Before joining Wenckebach, Caspar worked at Houthoff in Amsterdam and Cooley LLP in San Francisco and Palo Alto and Boekel (Dentons) in Amsterdam. Caspar is a member of the Dutch Copyright Association (VVA), The Netherlands Association of Computer Lawyers (NvvIR), the Dutch Privacy Law Association (VPR) and the Netherlands Association for Information Technology and Law (VIRA).
Reinier Bax has broad experience with mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions such as the setting up of joint ventures and structuring of investments. He is a smart lawyer and negotiator with a profound understanding of the client’s needs.
His clients include well known corporates active in various fields of industry. Reinier also acts for informal investors and (semi) public organisations.
For M&A transactions Reinier is often introduced by corporate finance firms to their clients as a very committed, smart, swift and cost-efficient M&A lawyer.
Reinier was admitted to the bar in 1998 and became a partner with Wenckebach in 2006. Before joining Wenckebach, Reinier was a corporate lawyer with the Amsterdam office of Allen & Overy and with the Amsterdam office of Houthoff.
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University of Groningen, the Netherlands
University of Bristol, United Kingdom, Erasmus exchange program
University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Postgraduate Computer &
Gerben den Hertog is a corporate transaction lawyer focussing on legal issues that are important to businesses. He provides high-end legal expertise combined with a personal, practical hands-on and result-driven commercial approach. Gerben has extensive experience in M&A transactions and corporate law.
Gerben assists and advises a variety of (inter)national corporate clients, financial investors and start-and scale-ups. Gerben’s practice concentrates on M&A, joint ventures, (re)structurings, corporate governance and commercial contract law.
Gerben was admitted to the bar in 1997. In his career he worked in the corporate practices of the Amsterdam office of the international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and the large law firm Boekel (Dentons) in Amsterdam. Gerben is a member of the International Bar Association.