Events

Event 14 October 2021

Master Class - Enforcement of market abuse regulation

Roan Lamp will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 12 November 2021

Master Class - Recent trends in technology and life sciences

Bertrand ter Woort will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 14 September 2021

Master Class - Global trends in anti-bribery and anti-corruption enforcement

Patrick Ploeger & Iskander Timman will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 18 November 2021

Master Class - International enforcement and compliance developments

Marnix Somsen & Angelique Groen-Boon will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 30 September 2021

Master Class - Public access to government information: an eventful year

Arjan Kleinhout & Jasper van Uden will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 7 October 2021

Master Class - The big picture: global trends driving changes in corporate governance

Martin van Olffen & Michael Schouten will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 9 September 2021

Master Class - Come hell or high water: navigating antitrust in M&A

Bart de Rijke & Pete Lawley will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 4 November 2021

Master Class - Recent developments in civil procedural law

Jan-Willem Meijer & Kees Saarloos will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 11 November 2021

Master Class - Developments in works council co-determination

Barbara Kloppert & Daniël van Gerven will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 16 September 2021

Master Class - Privilege issues in practice

Eelco Meerdink & Martje Verhoeven-de Vries Lentsch will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 7 December 2021

Master Class - Recent developments in EU, US and Chinese economic sanctions and export controls

Marnix Somsen and Marlies Heemskerk - de Waard will be speaking at this Master Class.
Event 1 July 2021

Master Class – Energy transition focus on hydrogen

For industries and sectors that face challenges in decarbonising their business, hydrogen plays an important energy transition role. Scaling up hydrogen production, however, needs a European or even a global approach. The European Commission's strategy is for least 6 GW of renewable hydrogen electrolysers to be set up in the EU by 2024, and at least 40 GW by 2030.