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Dual proceedings (administrative sanctions alongside criminal prosecution) may constitute a violation of the principle of ne bis in idem, also known as double jeopardy.
DLA Piper
International commercial litigation is about to become radically more efficient, in a major development for international businesses.
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.
India and Myanmar have passed new laws regulating arbitration. These laws seek to fix the deficient framework for arbitration in the two countries.
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Daan Beenders and Wouter Hofstee describe the relevance of procedural law for strategic considerations in international litigation.
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.
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.
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.
Of the many varied functions performed by the ICC International Court of Arbitration (the 'ICC Court') in the arbitral process, its role in resolving challenges to an arbitrator...
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.
The Court of Justice recently ruled on a question referred by an Austrian court about the Brussels I regulation.
The European Court of Justice recently breathed new life into the phenomenon of cross-border injunctions – a cost-effective tool originally developed by the Dutch courts to stop infringement.
The Dutch Supreme Court has recently reaffirmed the so-called principle of concordance between the law systems of the Netherlands and Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
Steptoe & Johnson LLP
The district court in The Hague, has recently ruled that Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd. , a member of the Royal Dutch Shell group of companies, is liable to pay compensation to the plaintiff, resident of a Nigerian village.
On 17 January 2012, the Converium collective settlements were declared binding by the Amsterdam Court of Appeal. As noted in our Update of 18 November 2010, in an interim ruling the Court had preliminarily assumed jurisdiction over a request to declare two international collective settlements binding in a case in which none of the potentially liable parties and only some of the potential claimants are domiciled in the Netherlands.
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