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Council of State ruling widens legal protection of competitors

Netherlands - April 13 2016 A recent ruling of the Dutch Council of State can make life easier for competitors when they oppose an administrative decision that is favourable to...

Kees Saarloos, Iris Kieft, Nicolien van den Biggelaar, Claire van der Hoeven.


More clarity on intended timeline for Dutch offshore wind farms tender

Netherlands - February 15 2016 The Minister of Economic Affairs recently submitted to parliament a bill amending the Electricity Act 1998 and an accompanying draft decree on...

Anja Mutsaers, Jaap de Keijzer, Nicolien van den Biggelaar.


Increase of maximum fines under Electricity Act 1998 and Gas Act one step closer

Netherlands - December 9 2015 On 24 November 2015, the Second Chamber of the Dutch parliament adopted a bill to increase the maximum fines that can be levied by the Dutch...

Nicolien van den Biggelaar, Claire van der Hoeven.


STROOM moving ahead: bill discussed in Second Chamber of Dutch Parliament

Netherlands - October 12 2015 The STROOM bill is moving ahead, but we're not there yet. Last week, the Second Chamber of the Dutch parliament again discussed this bill, which...

Anja Mutsaers, Iris Kieft, Nicolien van den Biggelaar, Claire van der Hoeven.


Dutch Supreme Court: State liable for national legislation conflicting with EU law

European Union, Netherlands - October 12 2015 The Dutch Supreme Court ruled on 18 September 2015 that the State can be liable for issuing national statutes that conflict with EU law. This is the...

Lindy Burgman, Stefan Sagel.