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    Rogier Schellaars contributes to Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law

    ICC Court Member Rogier Schellaars, who co-heads our arbitration team, contributed a chapter on arbitration under the auspices of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law. The contribution is available here.
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    Van Doorne Arbitration Team publishes in Chambers' Law and Practice Guide

    Van Doorne's arbitration partners Rogier Schellaars and Bas van Zelst published the Chapter on arbitration in the Netherlands in the Chambers Law and Practice Guide on arbitration. The contribution discusses key trends and developments in Dutch arbitration.
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    'Dockers clause' potentially contrary to competition law

    Recently, the court of Rotterdam concluded that the Non-Seafarers Work Clause, also known as the Dockers' clause, which is included in many employment contracts of seafarers, is potentially in breach of competition law.
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    Van Doorne opts for strategic expansion Corporate law practice with a new team

    Van Doorne will have a reinforcement of M&A specialists at its disposal as of 1 September. This summer Meltem Koning-Gungormez (1981) was appointed as a new partner, as were three talented employees from her team: Michiel Melief, Hanne van 't Klooster and Frederiek Maessen.
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    Van Doorne: contributor of Dutch chapter on merger control for

    The chapter provides an overview addressing the 50 most relevant merger control topics in the Netherlands.
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    ACM reviews mobility market and clears two MaaS joint ventures

    Dutch Railways (NS) and mobility company Pon will further develop their mobility services jointly via the platform Hely. In addition, NS and three other public transport companies will develop a technical Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platform. ACM cleared both joint ventures under strict conditions.
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