Sjoerd Meijer

Portrait of Sjoerd
Sjoerd Meijer is managing partner at our firm, together with Lieke van der Velden. In his practice, he advises and litigates in the areas of insurance and liability law. He also advises in matters regarding supervision of financial institutions and intermediaries. His clients are mainly insurance companies, financial institutions and insurance intermediaries. Sjoerd became a partner at NautaDutilh in 2013.
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Sjoerd is the most prominent litigator in the field of unit-linked life insurance products and the leading specialist on the legal relationship between insurer and intermediary in the Netherlands.

  • Work highlights

    He is currently representing insurers in inter alia the still increasing number of mass claims pertaining to unit-linked life insurances (ASR, Allianz and Generali), claims regarding pension insurance (Achmea) and is advising insurers and intermediaries with regard to the legal developments regarding duty of care (Achmea) and insurtech (ASR)).

  • What others say

    According to Chambers, clients regard Sjoerd as "an authority on a broad range of complex topics" providing "true solutions".

  • Ancillary functions

    Sjoerd is a member of the board of the Association for Insurance Research, the board of AIDA Europe (the international association for insurance law) and the editorial boards of a monthly private law journal and of a series of books on insurance law. Sjoerd frequently lectures and publishes on issues regarding insurance law and contract law.

  • Qualifications

    Sjoerd graduated from VU AmsterdamĀ in 1991 and became a lecturer at that university. In 1999 he obtained his doctorate with a dissertation on indirect representation (middellijke vertegenwoordiging). He became a partner at NautaDutilh in 2013.

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