Hausfeld (Amsterdam)

Rogier Meijer

Hausfeld (Amsterdam)
Partner

Rogier Meijer is a Partner with Hausfeld in the firm’s Amsterdam office. He specializes in competition litigation, commercial litigation, mass claims and collective actions. Having extensive litigation experience, Rogier specializes in representing parties before the Netherlands courts in various complex (mass) litigation matters such as cartel damages actions and supervisory liability claims. Prior to joining Hausfeld, Rogier co-founded the litigation boutique firm Zippro Meijer with a focus on plaintiff litigation in the Netherlands. The firm was recommended three years in a row by Global Competition Review (GCR) as the only Dutch law firm at the EU Claimants Bar. The firm continues its litigation practice as Hausfeld Advocaten in Amsterdam. Before starting his own firm, Rogier worked at the international law firm Allen & Overy LLP in the competition and litigation & arbitration departments. Rogier was also assistant professor at Utrecht University where he lectured on contract law, liability law, civil procedure and international private law.

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Sander Timmerman, Rogier Meijer The Rotterdam District Court largely denies a Big Tech company’s requests to block the Dutch Competition Authority’s publication of decision and fines in abuse of dominance case against dating-app developers (Apple)

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In a decision of 24 August 2021, the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (the ACM) ordered Apple to adjust the unreasonable conditions in its Apple App Store (the “App Store”) that apply to dating-app developers. A summary decision was not published until 24 December 2021 after Apple (...)

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