Nammy Vellinga

Attorney

Nammy Vellinga is an associate at bureau Brandeis. She is part of the corporate and commercial litigation team. She specializes in the resolution of corporate law-disputes and procedures pertaining to (listed) companies, such as inquiry proceedings at the Enterprise Chamber (‘Ondernemingskamer’) of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal and liability proceedings at Dutch district courts or courts of appeal. She further focuses on litigation pertaining to contracts, class actions, and shareholder activism. In her practice, Nammy represents mostly (international) companies, hedge funds, and minority shareholders.

Nammy graduated in 2015 from the University of Amsterdam with two Master’s degrees: the Master international trade and investment law and the Master European competition and regulation law. Nammy joined bureau Brandeis in January 2016.

She is a member of the Corporate Litigation Association (‘De Vereniging Corporate Litigation’) and the Association Young Litigation Attorneys (‘Vereniging Jonge Procesadvocaten’).

 

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Cartel damages litigation – quarterly report I 2017

Louis Berger & Hans Bousie & Nammy Vellinga / 14 Jul 2017

This is the first bureau Brandeis quarterly report of 2017 on the developments in the area of cartel damage litigation. You may download our quarterly report here. Would you like to receive the next edition of…

Cartel damages litigation – quarterly report IV

Louis Berger & Hans Bousie & Nammy Vellinga / 29 Mar 2017

This is the fourth bureau Brandeis quarterly report on the developments in the area of cartel damage litigation. You may download our quarterly report here. Would you like to receive the next edition of our quarterly…

Cartel damages litigation – quarterly report II

Louis Berger & Hans Bousie & Nammy Vellinga / 21 Sep 2016

This is the second bureau Brandeis quarterly report on the developments in the area of cartel damage litigation. In this summary we concentrate on follow-on and stand-alone cases in relation to cartel damage cases as…