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Annemieke Hendrikse

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Van Doorne

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Litigation, Insurance Law, Financial Institutions, Corporate Litigation, Cyber Response Team


Annemieke is an expert in the areas of liability and insurance law and works in our offices in Amsterdam and London. She is especially known –internationally - for her expertise in the area of directors’ and officers’ liability and D&O insurance, acting as defence, coverage and monitoring counsel. As an insurance expert, Annemieke handles (cross-border) coverage disputes for and between insurers, mainly in financial lines. Recent experience includes M&A related insurance products and cyber risks.


Annemieke joined Van Doorne in 1997, becoming a partner in 2011. Frequently lectures and publishes, in particular on D&O liability.


English, French, Spanish, Dutch.


Dutch Corporate Litigation Association, Dutch Association for Insurance Science, Secretary CausaRie.


Annemieke graduated from Maastricht University in 1996 and, in 1997, she gained a Master’s Degree from the University of London (UCL).



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Annemieke Hendrikse - Van Doorne

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The full-service, ‘solution-oriented’ department at Van Doorne is headed by the ‘very experiencedWalter Hendriksen. The ‘pragmatic, cooperativeAnnemieke Hendriksealigns interests and brings parties together’; the ‘eager, skilledSimone Hoogeveen is a professional liability expert. AIG, Chubb and Nationale Nederlanden are clients. Counsel Martine Höfelt is also recommended.

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