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Air cargo cartel damages litigation: determining jurisdiction for follow-on damages claim

Netherlands - October 21 2015 Dispute Resolution analysis: in July 2015 the Amsterdam District Court concluded that there had been no abuse of procedural law by KLM in a case...

Wouter Hofstee.

Seller presumed liable if lack of conformity becomes apparent within six months

European Union - July 8 2015 The European Court of Justice recently ruled that if a product turns out not to conform with the consumer contract within six months of delivery...

Dennis Horeman.

Damages Directive adopted: wave of antitrust damages actions looms

European Union - November 12 2014 The Directive to facilitate antitrust damages actions was recently adopted by the EU Council of Ministers. It provides victims of antitrust...

Martijn Snoep, Jolling de Pree, Bart de Rijke, Jaap de Keijzer, Erik Pijnacker Hordijk.

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, Jan de Bie Leuveling Tjeenk, Dennis Horeman, Reinout Vriesendorp.

Strengere regels voor webwinkels per 13 juni 2014

European Union, Netherlands - June 5 2014 Voor webwinkels nadert 13 juni met rasse schreden. Op die datum wordt de Nederlandse implementatiewet van de Europese richtlijn consumentenrechten...

Wanne Pemmelaar, Tilly Smits, Dennis Horeman, Alex van der Wolk, Lokke Moerel.