The Dutch regime provides for a number of mechanisms for resolving collective or mass claims. Most recently, the regime was supplemented with the WAMCA, which allows representative organisations to requires the court to order not only injunctive or declaratory, but also monetary relief.
In a recent publication in the peer reviewed MJECL, professor of dispute resolution and arbitration Bas van Zelst and Canadian barrister Mathew Good investigate how decisions by Dutch courts in the context of collective redress may be enforced in Canada. They conclude that there is no fundamental barrier to recognition and enforcement of such decisions. Read the full analysis here.