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Cessie- en verpandingsverboden van vorderingen verliezen meestal goederenrechtelijk effect

Netherlands - March 25 2014 Afgelopen vrijdag 21 maart heeft de Hoge Raad in de zaak Coface FinanzIntergamma feitelijk een einde gemaakt aan het goederenrechtelijk effect van...

Ruud Hermans, Berto Winters, Daan Beenders, Rob van den Sigtenhorst, Reinout Vriesendorp.

Mediation now ICC default option for alternative dispute resolution

Netherlands, Global - February 10 2014 The ICC has launched new mediation rules replacing the ICC's ADR Rules. The new rules set mediation as the default alternative resolution technique...

Bommel van der Bend, Edward van Geuns, Eelco Meerdink.

New transparency in UNICITRAL arbitrations to boost investor confidence

Global - February 10 2014 The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law has taken an important step towards ensuring transparency in investor-state arbitrations...

Bommel van der Bend, Edward van Geuns, Eelco Meerdink, Kirstin Nijburg.

Works councils’ consent rights on pension schemes to be extended once again

Netherlands - February 10 2014 The government has announced its intention to expand works councils' right of consent with regard to pension schemes. If the law is changed, all...

Stefan Sagel, Evert-Jan Henrichs.

Mediation in Dutch law draws closer changes in legal practice

Netherlands - October 10 2013 A member of the Dutch parliament recently introduced three bills to embed and enhance mediation in Dutch law as an equal, alternative form of dispute...

Lokke Moerel, Eelco Meerdink.