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Chantal Blokker-Schipper
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Towards the Netherlands Commercial Court (NCC)

Articles - In September 2014 the Chairman of the Judiciary expressed its ambition to establish a Netherlands Commercial Court (NCC) to provide a special court designed to deal with large international disputes. This ambition resulted in  a final plan, which was published in November 2015. The aim is to have a fully operational NCC by 1 January 2017.

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The start of KEI: introduction of digital litigation

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