Daan Lunsingh Scheurleer specialises in complex international litigation. He frequently represents issuers, financial institutions and audit firms as defence counsel in class action and multiparty litigation, relating to securities, prospectus liability, fraud and financial regulation. Daan regularly acts as Dutch counsel in matters of litigation which affect both the Netherlands and one or more other jurisdictions, leading to extensive experience in working closely with US, English and German counsel.
Daan has been involved in many major class action suits and settlement cases in Dutch courts and he frequently publishes and lectures on issues relating to class action litigation and collective settlements. He, also, often advises clients' senior management on matters of high reputational risks.
Daan joined NautaDutilh in 2002 and became a partner in 2005. He holds degrees in Law from Leiden University (1996) and in Classical Archaeology from the University of Amsterdam (1990). In addition, he has published several books on art and history. Furthermore, Daan is a member of the board of trustees of the Vereeniging Nederlandsch Historisch Scheepvaartmuseum, which owns the collection of the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam.
According to Chambers, Daan is "praised by a source for his 'excellent-quality briefings,' while another lauds his 'considered and strategic' style. He represents defendants in class actions and collective claims and is recognised as a skilled financial products litigator."