Thursday, February 22, 2024

Dentons appoints 37 Europe practice heads, two from Barcelona

Dentons has confirmed its practice and sector group leadership appointments for the Europe Region for the term ending December 2024.  


The new leaders were appointed by Tomasz Dąbrowski, CEO of Dentons Europe, in consultation with the Dentons Europe Board and the global practice and sector leadership. The appointments reflect the mandatory periodic review and rotation of key regional leadership roles, as set out in the Dentons Europe partnership agreement.

Tomasz Dąbrowski commented, “I am thrilled to congratulate these 37 talented partners – all of whom are recognized as leaders in their fields – on their European leadership appointments.  In their new roles, they will be responsible for driving the strategic development of their respective practice and sector groups in order to enhance our service offering, deepen key client relationships, develop and attract talent and build our market profile.”

In line with Dentons’ polycentric culture, the appointments reflect the diversity of the Europe region.  The 37 appointed leaders are based in 12 different offices across Europe and over one third (35%) of the new leaders are women.

The newly appointed leaders, with Barcelona office managing partner Nieves Briz co-leading the Consumer Products and Services Sector, and Barcelona office partner and head of Spanish Compliance Diego Pol (already announced by Legal Dealmaker), co-leading the Compliance and Investigations, include the following:

  • Alessandro Fosco Fagotto (Milan, Italy), Europe Head of Banking and Finance
  • Jörg Karenfort (Berlin, Germany), Europe Head of Competition, Antitrust and Trade
  • Diego Pol (Barcelona, Spain) and Judith Aron (Berlin, Germany), Europe co-heads of Compliance and Investigations
  • Nieves Briz (Barcelona, Spain) and Babette Marzheuser-Wood (London, UK), Europe co-heads of Consumer Products and Services Sector
  • Rob Irving (Budapest, Hungary) and Kuif Klein Wassink (Amsterdam, Netherlands) Europe co-heads of Corporate and M&A
  • Davide Boffi (Milan, Italy), Europe head of Employment and Labour
  • Arkadiusz Krasnodębski (Warsaw, Poland) and Jan Jakob Peelen (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Europe co-heads of Energy Sector
  • Marcel Janssen (Amsterdam, Netherlands) and Tamsyn Mileham (Istanbul, Turkey), Europe co-heads of Financial Institutions Sector
  • Federico Vanetti (Milan, Italy), Europe head of Green and Circular Economy Sector
  • Christof Kautzsch (Berlin, Germany) and Pirouzan Parvine (Paris, France), Europe co-heads of Industrials Sector
  • Frederique de la Chapelle (Paris France), Europe head of Insurance Sector
  • Giangiacomo Olivi (Milan, Italy) and Constantin Rehaag (Frankfurt, Germany) Europe co-heads of Intellectual Property, Data and Technology
  • Jean-Marc Grosperrin (Paris, France), Europe Head of Life Sciences and Healthcare Sector
  • Sara Biglieri (Milan, Italy), Europe head of Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Piotr Dulewicz (Warsaw, Poland) and Olivia Guéguen (Paris, France), Europe co-heads of Private Equity and Venture Capital
  • Ines van Dijk (Amsterdam, Netherlands) and Marnix Veldhuijzen (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Europe co-heads of the Private Individuals Sector
  • Ewa Rutkowska-Subocz (Warsaw, Poland), Europe head of Public Law and Regulatory
  • Evan Lazar (Prague, Czech Republic), Europe head of Real Estate Practice
  • Martine Gerber-Lemaire (Luxembourg City, Luxembourg), Europe head of the Real Estate Sector
  • Andreas Ziegenhagen (Berlin/Frankfurt, Germany), Europe head of Restructuring, Insolvency and Bankruptcy
  • Yun Ma (Paris, France) and David Syed (Prague, Czech Republic), Europe co-heads of the Sovereign Sector
  • Jurjen Bevers (Amsterdam, Netherlands) and Michael Graf (Frankfurt, Germany), Europe co-heads of Tax
  • Marc Elshof (Amsterdam, Netherlands) and Karol Laskowski (Warsaw, Poland), Europe co-heads of Technology, Media and Telecommunications
  • Gulistan Baltaci (Istanbul, Turkey) and Jacqueline Bell (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Europe co-heads of Transport and Infrastructure
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