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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 …

Warranty & indemnity-insurance: Trends and observations

The product of warranty and indemnity insurance (hereafter ’W&I insurance’) is an increasingly popular tool to bridge the gap between …

European Commission publishes preliminary report on sector inquiry into e-commerce

On 15 September 2016 the European Commission (the Commission) published its Preliminary Report on the e-commerce sector inquiry (the Preliminary …

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 …

European Commission publishes issues paper on geo-blocking practices in e-commerce

On 18 March 2016 the European Commission (the ‘Commission’) published an issues paper on geo-blocking practices in e-commerce, containing the …

Wind of Change – Dutch offshore wind energy takes off

Just recently Dutch news broadcaster NOS announced that electricity generated in the Netherlands originates increasingly from non-renewable energy sources as …

Stek follow-on cartel damages update

In a recent landmark judgment, the District Court of Gelderland awarded (in Dutch only) a EUR 14.1 million (excluding interests) …

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Blog - Competition Law

For the first time in (civil) proceedings in the Netherlands, the Court of Appeal applied the considerations of the European Court of Justice in its preliminary ruling in Coty.