Allart Haasjes


Portrait of Allart
Allart Haasjes has a broad banking and securities law practice. He specialises in representing financial institutions and regulatory bodies in complex civil liability suits. For example, he has defended such entities against claims based on the violation of a bank's duty of care and claims of failed supervision.
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Allart also regularly represents banks in disputes regarding the rights of individuals under Dutch privacy legislation to inspect their personal data. He appears before district courts, appellate courts and the Netherlands Supreme Court, as well as before extra-judicial dispute settlement bodies.

In addition, Allart advises on a wide range of issues in the banking and securities field, such as issues arising under the Dutch financial supervision laws or in relation to payment transactions, set-off, netting and attachments. He also has substantial knowledge and experience of Antillean and Aruban banking and securities law.

  • Qualifications

    Allart obtained a degree in business law and criminal law from the University of Groningen in 2002, and joined NautaDutilh in that same year. He is a member of the Dutch Securities Law Association.

  • Publications & media

    This article looks at recent legal developments in relation to collective redress for breaches of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In particular, it examines the interpretation of Article 80 of the GDPR, which allows interest groups to act on behalf of data subjects. The article analyses the historical context and explanation of this article, as well as its relationship with the Directive on representative actions. It also discusses the implications of recent litigation, including that against TikTok. The authors argue that the European legislator has deliberately avoided allowing collective damages without a mandate in order to prevent a potential culture of litigation. The conclusions of the Amsterdam court in the TikTok case are questioned, and the article anticipates further rulings that will hopefully provide more clarity on this complicated legal issue. Read the full article for in-depth analysis and updates on ongoing cases (in Dutch).

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