News Dutch Insurance Law & Practice 8th May 2015

Dutch Insurance Law & Practice 8th May 2015

  • Claims handling
  • Procedural differences between English and Dutch law in areas such as pre-action disclosure/discovery of documents, legal privilege
  • Class actions

 Tabitta van Nouhuys: Tabitta joined Clyde & Co on qualification as an English solicitor in 2004. She also holds a Dutch law degree. Tabitta is a member of the insurance and reinsurance practice with a focus on litigation and arbitration. She has a broad experience of disputes arising on large risks underwritten in the Bermuda insurance market. In addition, she deals with insurance and re-insurance-related disputes in the London market. She also has experience of professional negligence litigation in the High Court in London, and of disputes in the energy sector.

Natalie Vloemans: Natalie joined Ploum Lodder Princen in 2011, after 15 years of experience with law firm Loyens & Loeff. Today, Natalie heads the insurance team of Ploum Lodder Princen, which consists of lawyers specialised in contractual insurance law, liability and litigation,financial services, corporate law and criminal law. The team advises insurance and reinsurance companies, intermediaries and insured parties on insurance and reinsurance products (including policyconditions), insurance claims, cover-related disputes, liability risks, corporate matters andregulatory aspects encountered by intermediaries and (re)insurance companies in establishingand running companies in the Netherlands.  

Furthermore, Natalie has a general commercial litigation practice whereby she specialises in national and international arbitration. She has acted as counsel in arbitrations under the ICC Rules, the Swiss rules, the NAI (Netherlands Arbitration Institute), the Arbitration Institute forthe construction industry and ad hoc arbitration.

published on 16th Mar 2015