Search
Searching Content indexed under Court Procedure by De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V. ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
ECtHR Ruling May Inspire Clarification Of The Double Jeopardy Principle In Dutch Law
Dual proceedings (administrative sanctions alongside criminal prosecution) may constitute a violation of the principle of ne bis in idem, also known as double jeopardy.
European Union
24 Jul 2017
2
Sufficient Certainty About Liable Party Triggers Limitation Period For Damages Claims
The Dutch Supreme Court recently issued an important ruling on the commencement of the limitation period for compensation claims.
Netherlands
18 May 2017
3
Singapore International Arbitration Centre Releases New Arbitration Rules
The release of the new rules marks the SIAC's 25th anniversary and confirms a commitment to providing the highest standard of efficient, professional case management for international arbitration.
Singapore
20 Jul 2016
4
The First Blow Is Half The Battle; The ‘Torpedo' In (International) Legal Proceedings
As lawyers in (international) litigation practice, we increasingly see that procedural law can be of service when making strategic choices before commencing...
Netherlands
12 May 2016
5
The First Blow Is Half The Battle: The Torpedo In (International) Legal Proceedings
Daan Beenders and Wouter Hofstee describe the relevance of procedural law for strategic considerations in international litigation.
Netherlands
20 Jan 2016
6
Dutch District Courts Introduce English Language Proceedings
On 1 January 2016, the Rotterdam District Court started a pilot project allowing cases involving maritime and transport law and international sale of goods to be conducted in English.
Netherlands
15 Jan 2016
7
Dutch Supreme Court: State Liable For National Legislation Conflicting With EU Law
The Dutch Supreme Court ruled on 18 September 2015 that the State can be liable for issuing national statutes that conflict with EU law.
Netherlands
19 Oct 2015
8
Geen Rechtsbetrekking Vereist Voor Beroep Op Exhibitieplicht
Veel cliënten krijgen in procedures te maken met een exhibitievordering.
Netherlands
16 Sep 2015
9
Enforcement Of Court Decisions Within EU To Be Further Simplified
As of 10 January 2015, a judgment of a court in another EU member state may be enforced without a Dutch court having to grant leave.
European Union
16 Apr 2014
10
Elektronische Handtekening Niet Geldig Bij Op Papier Ingediende Processtukken
In een onlangs gepubliceerde uitspraak heeft de Afdeling Bestuursrechtspraak van de Raad van State een appellant niet-ontvankelijk verklaard, omdat het op papier ingediende hoger-beroepschrift alleen voorzien was van een digitale handtekening.
Netherlands
17 Jan 2014
11
Do Summary Proceedings Still Have A Future As Independent Proceedings?
Ruud Hermans argues in this article that the distinction between summary proceedings and the proceedings on the merits could be removed from new procedural law.
Netherlands
8 Nov 2013
12
Mediation In Dutch Law Draws Closer – Changes In Legal Practice
To further encourage the use of mediation, a member of the Dutch parliament has introduced three bills to embed mediation in Dutch law.
Netherlands
14 Oct 2013
13
Amendments Of PRC Civil Procedure Law Aim To Strengthen Efficiency And Transparency Of Chinese Judicial System
A revision of the PRC Civil Procedure Law ("CPL") that comes into force on 1 January 2013 aims to strengthen court efficiency, clarify the rules of evidence and rights of litigants, and improve judicial transparency.
China
14 Dec 2012
Links to Result pages
 
1