Dutch collective redress dangerous? A call for a more nuanced approach

Prepared by Alexandre Biard, Xandra Kramer and Ilja Tillema, Erasmus University Rotterdam The Netherlands has become dangerously involved in the treatment of mass claims, Lisa Rickard from the US Chamber of Commerce recently said to the Dutch financial daily (Het Financieele Dagblad, 28 September 2017) and the Dutch BNR newsradio (broadcast of 28 September 2017). […]


Assistance for researchers affected by the war in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has also affected the lives of legal researchers. The

CJEU on centre of main interests (COMI) and its subsequent transfer (and Brexit) under the Insolvency Regulation 2015 in the case Galapagos BidCo, C-723/20

Under the Insolvency Regulation 2015, a transfer of the centre of main interests (COMI) of the debtor after lodging of the request for opening of insolvency proceedings affects the exclusive jurisdiction of the court seised with that application prior to the transfer? This is the legal issue that the Court addresses in the judgement delivered […]

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