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Amsterdam, 31 January 2020

Collectieve Actions in the Netherlands 2019

By Damiën Berkhout

Damiën Berkhout provides an anlysis of the collective action developments in the Netherlands in the year 2019 for the Corporate Litigation Association. He also provides a forward look, and discusses the expected value of 2019 case law for the new WAMCA regime.

The chronicle has been published in the Geschiften vanwege de Vereniging Corporate Litigation 2019-2020 (Serie Van der Heijden Instituut nr. 165), Deventer: Wolters Kluwer 2020. You can read the analysis here (in Dutch)

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