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    Dutch suspension of bankruptcy requests and limitations on other recovery measures

    On 24 November 2020, the Dutch Upper House approved the COVID-19 Amendment Act, which seeks to amend the Temporary Act COVID-19. The act will enter into force shortly, most likely on 1 January 2021 at the latest. The act is of a temporary nature, and will remain in effect until 1 February 2021. However, it can be extended by consecutive two months' periods.
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    Partner Onno Boerstra nominated for Best M&A Lawyer

    Onno Boerstra is nominated to win the title Best M&A Lawyer, an award. Together with Sjoerd Stokmans and their team Onno also advised on 3 transactions that also deserved a nomination this year: KKR - Roompot Group (Best Deal), COFRA - Sunrock (Best Deal Mid Market) and Torqx Capital Partners - Fabory (Best Small Cap Deal).
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    Technology M&A in the Netherlands 2021:

    With the steady emergence of new technologies and disruption of traditional industries, the technology M&A sector is poised to continue to grow and the demand for technology-savvy legal advisers is set to rise. The purpose of this edition of the Getting the Deal Through - Technology M&A 2021 guide is to provide an overview of the various factors affecting technology M&A transactions across various jurisdictions.  
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    Van Doorne appoints two new partners and continues its growth

    As of 1 January 2021, Vanessa Liem (1979) and Steven Sterk (1980) are appointed partners of Van Doorne. Both were already associated with the firm. With the addition of Vanessa and Steven, the firm will continue its earlier partner growth and strengthen its position within the regulatory, transactional and procedural law practice.
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    Whether Nike products are luxurious or not, Action Sport was not allowed to offer them via Amazon

    Nike terminated an agreement with one of its distributors, the Italian company Action Sport, claiming that the latter did not adhere to Nike's Selective Retailer Distribution Policy. In 2017, the District Court of Amsterdam decided that Nike’s action was lawful. Action Sport subsequently appealed the decision. The Amsterdam Court of Appeal has now also found that within its selective distribution system, Nike can indeed prohibit authorised resellers from selling Nike products through non-authorised (e-)resellers, such as Amazon.
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    Energy practice Van Doorne gets boost with the appointment of partner Léone Klapwijk

    From 1 October, Van Doorne strengthened its position as a leading advisor within the energy industry with the arrival of partner Léone Klapwijk (1979). She completes the three-legged structure for a solid energy practice: regulatory, transactional and litigation.
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