Confidential Information in Dutch IP Proceedings: From “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” to “Show and Tell”
Claudia Zeri, senior associate in the practice group IP & Technology, recently co-authored an article on presenting, obtaining and protecting Confidential Information in Dutch IP Proceedings for EIPR. In the article, the improved possibilities to obtain information and protecting such, is explained. Introduction ‘The article discusses the possibilities for protecting confidential information on the one
National Patent Litigation – The Netherlands
In Les Nouvelles, the journal of Licensing Executives Society International (LESI) distributed quarterly to all members worldwide, an article co-written by partner IE & technology Jaap Bremer was published in December 2018. The article ‘National Patent Litigation – The Netherlands’ provides an overview of the most important aspects of patent litigation in the Netherlands. The
International Comparative Legal Guide to: Trade Marks 2018
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Trade Marks 2018 has recently been published. Attorneys-at-law Jaap Bremer and Jos Klaus of the IP & Technology practice group have contributed to the chapter on The Netherlands. This international comparative legal guide, which has been published both online as well as in print, provides useful reference material to
International Comparative Legal Guide to: Public Procurement 2018
Joost Fanoy and Joris Bax have contributed to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Public Procurement 2018 by writing the Dutch chapter. In this chapter, an overview is given with respect to the applicable Dutch public procurement regulation and case law from a practitioners point of view.
Dutch court awards damages in follow-on case
Joost Fanoy and Jan-Willem de Jong contributed to the July issue of the International Antitrust Bulletin, which is published four times a year by the American Bar Association. They focus on a Dutch landmark decision awarding damages in the amount of EUR 23 million in cartel damages proceedings. Following a Supreme Court decision, the district court
‘Study of the Passing-on of Overcharges’ by the European Commission
Martijn van Maanen, Joost Fanoy and Tim Raats contributed as subcontractors to the ‘Study of the Passing-on of Overcharges’ by the European Commission. BarentsKrans is the only Dutch law firm that contributed to the study.
Absolutely Validity, Absolute Immunity: Is There Something Wrong with Article 103 of the UN Charter?
Senior Associate Guide den Dekker will address the question as to whether there is something “wrong” with the hierarchy-creating rule of Article 103 of the United Nations (UN) Charter, in view of the contrasting interests of effectiveness of UN sanctions together with collective security law versus legal review of decisions in the same framework which
Posting of workers in The Netherlands: not duty-free
Associate Laurens de Graaf In European Labour Law Briefing (ELLB) on page 16 about the Dutch government that proposes that it will impose new and rather far-reaching duties on companies receiving posted workers in the Netherlands. Host companies will become co-responsible for posted workers earning the wages they are entitled to.
The Sources of Grotius’s De Veritate Religionis
Lawyer Jan-Paul Heering wrote about ‘The Sources of Grotius’s De Veritate Religionis’ in Grotiana.
The revival of cross-border injunctions
A cross-border injunction, which enables a patent holder to start proceedings in a single country instead of all countries in which its patents are infringed, is a great time and money saver.