Franchise and competition – The new Vertical Block Exemption Regulation

The new Vertical Block Exemption Regulation will enter into force on 1 June 2022. This blog addresses the main changes for franchise agreements. View blog >

Will the NZa merger test be changed in 2022? Abolition of healthcare-specific merger test is preferable

The NZa merger test was and remains superfluous. The NZa and ACM would be better advised to focus on real problems in the healthcare sector. View blog >

Competition law and the pharma sector: access to (expensive) medicines on the European and national agenda

Dutch government to take action against expensive medicines, competition authorities target pharmaceutical companies, and NZa provides more clarity on add-on medicines. View blog >

Amendment to Prices Act: ACM targets price reduction campaigns

ACM tightens enforcement of new price reduction rules: some practical tips. View blog >

Publisher not obligated to extend collaboration with Blendle

The Amsterdam Court has ruled in preliminary relief proceedings that the licence agreement between Blendle and a publisher need not be extended. No abuse of a dominant position by the publisher is involved. View blog >

Five tips for tendering in the social domain: how can a care provider achieve realistic rates?

Care providers regularly have to deal with low or inadequate rates that municipalities apply to their social support care or youth care. Litigation may then be the appropriate response. Some practical tips are provided in this blog. View blog >

Duty of care/procurement duty, waiting lists and catch-up care: the enforcement ball is in the NZa’s court

The end of the corona pandemic is in sight. Many insured are waiting for post-COVID catch-up care. Our latest blog explains how the NZa is taking action to curb these consequences of the corona crisis. View blog >
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