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Why Collective Settlements Are Not Always Achieved In Mass Damages Suits
In his view, the bill lacks an analysis of why it is not always possible to bring about a collective settlement in mass damages suits.
Netherlands
2 Dec 2015
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Hermans & De Bie Leuveling Tjeenk On International Class Action Settlements
Since the US Supreme Courtís decision in Morrison v. National Australian Bank, the international relevance of Dutch law on class action settlements has increased.
Netherlands
18 Dec 2014
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Resolving Mass Litigation? Consider The Netherlands
Dutch law does not provide for an "American style" class action. However, it has a mechanism that facilitates the implementation of collective settlements.
Netherlands
19 Sep 2014
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Class Actions: Dutch Supreme Court Supports Effective Protection Of Injured Parties (In Dutch)
In een recente uitspraak oordeelt de Hoge Raad dat een stichting of vereniging die een collectieve actie kan instellen, de verjaring van rechtsvorderingen niet alleen kan stuiten door een procedure aanhangig te maken, maar ook door een stuitingsbrief te sturen
Netherlands
19 May 2014
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International Class Action Settlements In The Netherlands Since "Converium"
Since the US Supreme Courtís decision in "Morrison v. National Australian Bank", the international relevance of Dutch law on class action settlements has increased.
Netherlands
23 Oct 2013
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International Class Action Settlements In The Netherlands Since Converium
Since the US Supreme Courtís decision in Morrison v. National Australian Bank, the international relevance of Dutch law on class action settlements has increased.
Netherlands
3 Jan 2013
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