‘Jaap-Willem is a intelligent fighter. That’s what I like in an opponent. Fair but fighting till the end.’: Statement of a public prosecutor after an acquittal achieved by Jaap-Willem Roozemond in a million euro case
Jaap-Willem assists clients up to and including the European Court of Human Rights and in extradition cases.
Jaap-Willem Roozemond is practicing law since 2003, including at the largest law firm of The Netherlands De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek. Furthermore, he worked at the University of Utrecht.
Jaap-Willem has extensive experience in multiple (international) mega fraud cases, suspicion of life crimes, money laundering and confiscation and suspected membership of criminal organizations.
In addition he has special expertise in healthcare cases. Together with Arjan de Haan, he often assists large healthcare providers, general practitioners, and physiotherapists who are suspected of fraud and other crimes.
Member: NVSA, ECBA en EFCL.
Postdoctoral: Grotius bestuursrecht.
Expert respondent in the WJP Rule of Law Index® 2018-2019
Expert respondent in the WJP Rule of Law Index® 2019-2020
Roozemond [+] De Haan attorneys at law has great expertise in large lawsuits
We provide legal counsel in (international) criminal cases – such as suspected High Impact Crime offences or suspected organized crime – up to the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. We do not provide legal counsel to key witnesses or informants.
Roozemond [+] De Haan attorneys at law further assists large healthcare providers and healthcare practitioners such as specialists, doctors, and physiotherapists. We are the only law firm in the Netherlands that specializes in fraud cases in the healthcare sector. This specialism was created by a number of high-profile acquittals. We focus on both small, medium, and large enterprises. From physiotherapists practices to large healthcare providers.
In fraud cases we offer, in addition to criminal law, legal assistance in property law and administrative law.
Our legal counsel regarding compliance focusses on both criminal law and property and administrative law in healthcare cases.