Provided by Project Moore
We are Project Moore, an Amsterdam law firm specialising in IT-law and privacy.
Things move fast in IT. The ways to handle and share information change every day. Innovations in big data, cloud computing and mobile apps offer exciting opportunities for customers and clients – and legal challenges, as legislation can’t keep up with technology.
This is where lawyers with extensive IT experience can really make a difference. Our understanding of both the client and supplier side gives us an invaluable overview of the whole market. Whether it’s supporting international business strategies, untangling contract disputes, or minimising privacy risks, we rigorously analyse every situation to get the root of your individual needs.
We operate at the top of the market, serving clients who are leaders in their field, including technology companies, the Dutch government medical institutions and airlines.
We believe that the success of a project is based in clear communication. No fuss, no hidden fees, no jargon. We work closely with our clients and (when necessary) parties whose expertise can boost our team to produce pragmatic, business-focused solutions that help companies grow.
Project Moore is a boutique law firm with a notable offering in both IT and data protection matters. The team has particular expertise advising clients on technology procurement, as well as IT contracts and other agreements. It also represents clients in contentious matters, such as litigation concerning failed IT projects and investigations into data breaches. Additionally in the area of data protection, team members advise on compliance with GDPR, Schrems II and binding corporate rules, as well as data sharing regulations and the use of biometric data.
A client reports that the "team is dedicated and flexible" and adds that the firm's lawyers are "skilled at advising on complex matters and under high pressure."
Another client appreciates that Project Moore "always thinks of ways to help us with situations beyond purely giving legal advice."
Advised the Dutch Custodial Institutions Agency on a number of IT-related procurement disputes.
Christian van Seeters has a strong focus on matters in the technology sector, advising clients on IT procurement and contractual matters. A client reports that Christian van Seeters "thinks ahead, as if his work is a game of chess, so he is always ready for the next step," and also appreciates that he "takes a look at the bigger picture and then chooses the way forward with a keen eye for detail and surgical precision."
Lieneke Viergever advises clients on both technology and data protection mandates. She assists with negotiating IT agreements and compliance with data privacy regulations. In addition, Lieneke Viergever represents clients in litigation concerning data breaches and IT projects. A client describes her as a "good listener" and appreciates that she "keeps asking questions until she has a good understanding of the matter."
Jeroen Koëter assists clients with technology contracts and data sharing agreements, as well as advising on compliance with Schrems II and binding corporate rules. He additionally acts for clients on data breach investigations. According to one client, he is "good at listening to the needs of his clients and is quick to offer an accurate and precise solution."
Eva Visser is active on behalf of clients from the technology sector, advising them on contractual matters and litigation arising from failed IT projects. One client reports: "Eva Visser is very much on the ball and has a soft-spoken yet very effective way of dealing with complex and contentious issues."
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Custodial Institutions Agency
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Ministry of Justice and Security
Mitsubishi Logisnext Europe
Public Health Services (GGD GHOR Nederland)