Dutch courts open up evidence gathering to actions from other jurisdictions
Dutch courts’ growing powers to gather provisional evidence in support of litigation and arbitration from abroad should strengthen the hand of parties bringing claims against owners and charterers
‘Owners and managers, and also their insurers and lawyers, should be aware of the changing landscape, and not be taken by surprise,’ says lawyer Haco van der Houven van Oordt
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