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Brigitta Jakic


Atrium - Parnassusweg 737
1077 DG Amsterdam
PO Box 94700
1090 GS Amsterdam
Languages Dutch, Croatian, English, German

Brigitta Jakic is an advocaat in our Corporate Litigation Practice Group. Brigitta advises and litigates for both national and international clients on matters of corporate litigation, insolvency law, company and commercial law and arbitration.​

Brigitta graduated Cum Laude from Tilburg University in 2014 and joined CMS in June 2014.

Brigitta won VIA's (the association of litigation lawyers) Most Talented Litigation Lawyer Award in 2018. She also won Advocatie's Young Talent Award in 2019.

Brigitta's recent work includes representing and advising:​

NKT GmbH & Co. KG                                     Strabag ​

Keune Haircosmetics                                    Roland Berger​

Centric                                                             Circle Media Group ​

M&L Investments                                          Decathlon​

Papier-Mettler KG                                          DEKRA​

Scotch & Soda                                                 RELCO

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Memberships & Roles

  • Founder and board member of the Dutch association of young litigation lawyers (Vereniging Jonge Procesadvocaten)
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  • Grotius Academie (postgraduate degree), Commercial law
  • International business law, Tilburg University (Cum Laude)
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26 January 2021
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