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The final revised VBER is planned to enter into force on 1 June 2022. Did you know that the Distribution Law Center is already counting down?

Read the DLC Countdown newsletters on the changes to be expected: HERE.

Translations are available in Czech, CroatianDanishPortuguese, RomanianSlovak, Spanish and Swedish on the pages of our national contributors.

Minos van Joolingen

Minos van Joolingen

Partner at Banning
+31 736 927 752

DLC coordinator for The Netherlands


Recent lectures include: 

  • Conference, “Netherlands as a European base”, 13 September 2018, Singapore (Singapore Business Federation and Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency), subject Doing business in the Netherlands
  • Conference, “Vertical restraints and distribution 2018”, Brussels, 27 June 2018, subject “Vertical Restraints: New Frontier for Damages Actions?”
  • Conference, “European distribution law day”, Brussels, 3 May 2018, Contrast, subject “Implications of the Coty judgement”

Visiting lecturer at various educational institutions, trade associations, The Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency and the SME Academy Singapore.

  • Master of Law (LL.M.), European & International Law, Tilburg University (The Netherlands)
  • Postgraduate Competition Law, King’s College London (United Kingdom)

DLC coordinator for The Netherlands

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