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Dividend fraud – time for Dutch civil actions?

Dividend fraud has been in the news a lot recently. Research by the Dutch research platform Follow the Money in …

The Yukos case drags on – the Dutch Supreme Court sets aside the judgments of the Court of Appeal of The Hague and refers the case to the Court of Appeal of Amsterdam

Last week the Supreme Court set aside the judgments of the Court of Appeal of The Hague. Both the Russian …

Amsterdam District Court renders an important judgment in the truck cartel proceedings

On 12 May 2021, the Amsterdam District Court (the Court) rendered an important judgment in the follow-on damages proceedings initiated …

ECJ opens the door for parties not directly affected by actions of a cartel to claim compensation for losses

In its judgement of 12 December 2019 (Case C-435/18), the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that a party that …

The NCC is set to raise the Netherlands' profile

On 8 March 2018 the Dutch House of Representatives adopted a bill pertaining to the establishment of the Netherlands Commercial …

Evidence for your claim not at your disposal? Seizure of evidence provides a solution

Imagine: you have a claim against someone, but not the evidence to prove it. Perhaps you cannot get hold of …

Pre-judgment attachments in the Netherlands – How to calculate the creditor's claim

The attachment of assets prior to the commencement of legal proceedings (conservatoir beslag) is a well used method in the …

Pre-judgement attachments in the Netherlands - How to calculate the creditor's claim

The attachment of assets prior to the commencement of legal proceedings (conservatoir beslag) is a well used method in the …

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CumEx fraud – time for Dutch civil actions?