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Restrictive measures on PPE and medical supplies at national level: an overview of Belgium and the Netherlands

In order to combat the COVID-19 outbreak, the European Commission adopted Implementing Regulation 2020/402 of 14 March 2020, which imposed an authorization requirement on the export of Personal Protection Equipment (‘PPE’) out of the European Union. This Regulation, which was discussed in a post of 18 March, expires on 26 April 2020. The Commission is currently working on a follow-up…

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Shipping Criminal Liability: the Difficult Position of the Transportation & Logistics Sector

On 23 November 2017, the Court of Amsterdam handed down its decisions in the case concerning the Dutch transportation company charged with breaching the military embargo against the Russian Federation. These decisions are the latest in a string of Dutch enforcement cases relating to the transit of military goods which have raised concerns within the transportation & logistics sector. In…

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Dutch Prosecutor Demands 80.000 Euro Fine in New Sanctions Enforcement Case

On 9 November 2017 another case concerning the breach of sanctions was brought before the Dutch court. This case is the latest example of an increased enforcement effort of the Dutch authorities. From the information published on the government website, it appears that the public prosecution (the Prosecution) has demanded that a logistics provider (the Defendant) will be fined an…

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