Mr Pieter de Jong Schouwenburg > Van Doorne > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Van Doorne
JACHTHAVENWEG 121
1081 KM AMSTERDAM
PO BOX 75265, 1070 AG AMSTERDAM
Netherlands

Work Department

Dispute Resolution, Insurance Law: Litigation, Insurance Law, Arbitration, Competition Litigation, Commercial Litigation

Position

Pieter is a dispute resolution specialist. With broad litigation experience, including in alternative dispute resolution (such as international arbitration), Pieter feels quite at home in court and other proceedings. Pieter has a wide legal background, with specialized knowledge concerning (professional) liability, insurance, contracts, torts and (intellectual) property rights.

Career

Pieter has been employed with Van Doorne since 1999. He was appointed counsel on 1 January 2015. Ancillary activities: Secretary disputes committee Royal Dutch Ice Skating Society (KNSB); FENEX arbitrator; Adjudicator Dutch Red Cross Frits Kalshoven moot court competition; Lecturer on international private law and enforcement of arbitral awards in an international context

Languages

Dutch, English, French, German

Education

Grotius Academy, National en International contracting, 2009; LL.M. King’s College, London, 1999; Dutch law, University of Amsterdam, 1998

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Insurance

Van Doorne‘s insurance practice, which is a cornerstone of the wider dispute resolution department, has an excellent reputation in financial lines matters; the team’s experience in this space includes areas such as cyber, D&O, professional indemnity and W&I. Beyond undertaking contentious work, the group assists clients with policy drafting and contracts with brokers, among other matters. The overall head of the insurance practice is Annemieke Hendrikse, who is well-known internationally for her expertise in D&O liability law and insurance law. Walter Hendriksen is also a well-respected name. Simone Hoogeveen and counsel Pieter de Jong Schouwenburg are noted for their extesive experience of professional liability litigation.