Members of our Competition Litigation team regularly contribute to legal journals and post-academic courses on topics related to Competition Litigation. A selection of publications:
- Blog article of Ruben Elkerbout on the Otis judgment of the European Court of Justice of 12 December 2019 (C-435/18)
- Article of Ruben Elkerbout in the Dutch competition-law legal journal Markt & Mededinging on the Paroxetine and Hungarian Banks judgments of the European Court of Justice (C-307-18 and C-228/18) (in Dutch)
- Article of Simon Boersen, together with Stijn de Jong, in the civil-law legal journal Maandblad voor Vermogensrecht on the Skanska judgment of the European Court of Justice (C-724/17) (in Dutch)
- Annotation of Simon Boersen in the national legal journal on case law regarding civil procedure JBPR to a decision of the District Court of Amsterdam in third-party contribution proceeding related to the sodium chlorate cartel (ECLI:NL:RBAMS:2018:6332) (in Dutch)
- Annotation of Simon Boersen in the national legal journal on case law regarding civil procedure JBPR to a decision of the District Court Gelderland relating to third-party contribution proceedings (ECLI:NL:RBGEL:2019:2739) (in Dutch)
On 18 March 2021 at 15.00 p.m. (CET) Ruben Elkerbout and Simon Boersen of Stek’s Competition Litigation team will present a webinar for attorneys from law firms outside the Netherlands on competition litigation in the Netherlands. Click here for more information.
Simon Boersen yearly teaches, together with Stijn de Jong, a 4-hour post-academic course for attorneys and other legal professionals about competition litigation (for Centre for Professional Legal Education of the Radboud University).
Our focus on Competition Litigation is further evidenced by our cooperation with Wolters Kluwer which has recently launched a European private enforcement case summaries database on its online research platform, Kluwer Competition Law. Stek has taken on the role of editor and contributor to this database. The database includes summaries of more than 20 Dutch private enforcement cases. For more information please click on this link.