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Final Episode 5/5: Competition Litigation: Procedural strategy

In this fifth and final vlog about competition litigation, I summarise my thoughts about the issues relevant for determining procedural strategy in competition litigation.

Competition Litigation

Claims for compensation often result in very complex procedures with multiple parties from different jurisdictions and various applicable national legal systems. The Netherlands is the top jurisdiction for cartel damages claims in Europe. It has advantages which benefit plaintiffs and defendants alike. Van Doorne's team of litigation and competition experts can help you in such proceedings to obtain the best results.

 

 

If you would like to exchange thoughts on any of my vlogs, please contact me.

Best regards,

Sarah Beeston,
Partner / lawyer European and Competition Law
Van Doorne N.V.
+31206790650
+31622697849
[email protected]


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Vlog Episode 4/5: Competition Litigation: Fight to the end or settle?

In this fourth vlog about competition litigation 'Fight to the end or settle?', I talk about the various considerations of claimants and defendants in determining their procedural strategy and specifically whether to settle and, if so, when?

The aim in producing a series of five vlogs is to emphasis the need for strategic thinking in these complicated procedures.

If you would like to exchange thoughts on any of my vlogs, please contact me.

Best regards,

Sarah Beeston,
Partner / lawyer European and Competition Law
Van Doorne N.V.
+31206790650
+31622697849
[email protected]

 


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Vlog episode 3/5: Competition Litigation: Where to bring your arguments

In this third vlog about competition litigation, I talk about the various grounds for a challenge of the decision of a competition authority before administrative courts. The question is whether such challenges are likely to continue in the future given the effect on follow on civil proceedings.

 

The aim in producing a series of five vlogs is to emphasis the need for strategic thinking in these complicated procedures.

If you would like to exchange thoughts on any of my vlogs, please contact me.

Best regards,

Sarah Beeston,
Partner / lawyer European and Competition Law
Van Doorne N.V.
+31206790650
+31622697849
[email protected]

 

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Vlog episode 2/5: Competition Litigation: Choose your battles

In this second vlog about competition litigation I discuss questions which arise for claimants and defendants in approaching the battle: what are the advantages and disadvantages of suing one or more parties, are co-defendants friend or foe and what do you need to know about your counterparty?

The aim in producing a series of five vlogs is to emphasis the need for strategic thinking in these complicated procedures.

If you would like to exchange thoughts on any of my vlogs, please contact me.

Best regards,

Sarah Beeston,
Partner / lawyer European and Competition Law
Van Doorne N.V.
+31206790650
+31622697849
[email protected]

 

Subscribe to our mailing list and get new vlogs about competition litigation sent to your inbox. 


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Competition Litigation: Why the Netherlands? Vlog episode 1/5

Claims for compensation often result in very complex procedures with multiple parties from different jurisdictions and various applicable national legal systems.

The Netherlands is the top jurisdiction for cartel damages claims in Europe. It has advantages which benefit plaintiffs and defendants alike. Van Doorne's team of litigation and competition experts can help you in such proceedings to obtain the best results.

In this first vlog about competition litigation I have identified the top 5 selling points of the Dutch jurisdiction.

 

 

Subscribe to our mailing list and get new vlogs about competition litigation sent to your inbox.

If you would like to exchange thoughts on any of my vlogs, please contact me.


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