Simon Boersen

Simon Boersen

Specialising in complex litigation in national and an international level, Simon is a determined and experienced litigator

He is active in cases involving fraud, corporate transactions, cross-border enforcement, recourse actions and anti-trust litigation.

Simon has a master’s degree (cum laude) in private law from Utrecht University. He attended the Stibbe MBA Highlights Programme at INSEAD (2017).

Simon regularly teaches procedural law at the Law Firm School and the Bar Association programs.

 

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 2012

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02.04.2020 NL law
Claims assigned to a litigation vehicle: who needs to prove what?

Short Reads - Two recent decisions from the Amsterdam Court of Appeal have confirmed that litigation vehicles cannot come empty-handed to the court, and should provide documentation regarding the assignments of claims they submit. The Dutch legal system allows companies and individuals to assign their claims to a “litigation vehicle” or “claims vehicle” that bundles those claims into a single action. In its decisions of 10 March 2020, the Court of Appeal ruled that it is up to litigation vehicles to prove that the assignments can be invoked against the debtor. 

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16.01.2020 NL law
Wetgever, koester het burgerlijk procesrecht

Articles - Civiele procedures worden waarschijnlijk niet sneller en eenvoudiger met het Conceptwetsvoorstel modernisering en vereenvoudiging bewijsrecht en de Tijdelijke Experimentenwet rechtspleging. De wetsvoorstellen gaan uit van onjuiste veronderstellingen over het verloop van civielrechtelijke procedures en overspannen verwachtingen van de rol van de civiele rechter als alvermogende geschilbeslechter.

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05.04.2016 NL law
How to substantiate a claim for disclosure of records

Short Reads - HR 13 November 2015, ECLI:HR:2015:3304 (AIB/Novisem). The judgment of the Dutch Supreme Court dated 13 November 2015 addresses the extent to which a claimant should substantiate its legitimate interest and legal relationship when claiming disclosure of documents, as required by the Dutch Code of Civil Procedure (CCP).

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