Latest on Brexit - How to enforce a UK judgment in the Netherlands after the transition period in a No Deal Scenario?

Historically the UK has always been a popular country to litigate. Contract dispute clauses quite often refer to English law as the applicable law and the London courts as the go-to forum. Also claimants in non-contractual disputes – such as cartel damages cases – seem to easily find their way to the UK, attracted (amongst other reasons) by disclosure opportunities unknown to jurisdictions on the European continent. Quite often, these cases have limited or no connection with the UK jurisdiction. This means that after a case is finished and a positive judgment (or cost order) has been obtained, it is likely that such judgment will need to be enforced in another jurisdiction than the UK.

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