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Pre-judgment attachment of bank accounts across Europe soon cheaper and more efficient

European Union - October 13 2014 A recently adopted European regulation, applicable as of 18 January 2017, sets out a procedure that facilitates cross-border debt recovery in civil...

Kees de Visser, Marc Ynzonides, Daan Beenders, Dennis Horeman, Reinout Vriesendorp.


Resolving mass litigation? Consider the Netherlands

Netherlands - August 18 2014 Dutch law does not provide for an "American style" class action. However, it has a mechanism that facilitates the implementation of collective...


Dutch Supreme Court ruling: director can be held personally liable, even if he is not seriously culpable

Netherlands - November 30 2012 The Supreme Court ruled on 23 November 2012 that a managing director can be held personally liable if he has acted in breach of a personal duty of care, even if the company can also be held liable for the same actions....

Maarten Schenck, Daan Beenders, Dennis Horeman.


Converium: Dutch court declares an international collective settlement binding

Netherlands, USA - January 18 2012 On 17 January 2012, the Amsterdam Court of Appeal declared an international collective settlement binding in a case where none of the potentially liable parties and only a limited number of the potential claimants were domiciled in the Netherlands....

Ruud Hermans, Daan Beenders, Robert Polak.