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The District Court of Rotterdam has ruled on appeal that, since Netflix offers its customers a well-functioning live chat option, ACM cannot compel the company to display an email address on its website.
The District Court of Rotterdam ruled that ACM was correct in its decision regarding a request for publication.
Highest administrative-law court rules in dispute between Friesland Campina and Liander about the duty to connect to electricity networks
The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (CBb) ruled that ACM had correctly decided that Liander was allowed to refuse the connection that Dutch dairy cooperative Zuivelcoöperatie Friesland Campina had requested.
Highest administrative-law court clarifies the role of the property-tax assessment vis-à-vis the duty to connect immovable properties to electricity networks
The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (CBb) ruled that, regarding the system operators’ duty to connect immovable properties to electricity networks, the property-tax assessment is no longer decisive, but rather the criteria set out in the Dutch Valuation of Immovable Property Act.
Highest administrative-law court rules in the case involving postal operator PostNL and a former Section of the Dutch Postal Act
Today, CBb, which is the highest administrative-law court in the Netherlands, handed down its ruling in the appeal proceedings in the case about Dutch postal operator PostNL charging rival postal operators tariffs for delivery of business bulk mail.