On 24, 25 and 26 November 2020, the District Court held a (unique) three-day hearing in a case between various claims vehicles on the one hand and truck manufacturers DAF, MAN, Iveco, Volvo-Renault, Daimler and Scania on the other. The District Court dealt with three subjects, one per day: the scope of the European Commission’s decision, the trucks manufacturers’ defence to the effect that no damage could have been suffered, and the claim for the surrender of documents. In addition, discussion took place on the value that the District Court is entitled to attach to procedural documents and judgments in other (foreign) proceedings. The claimants relied, for instance, on a procedural document from Ryder, a claimant in proceedings in the UK, in which information from the European Commission’s file had been incorporated. The claimants, also relied on a decision by the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal in which the facts laid down in the decision had been adopted despite objections from the truck manufacturers. On 15 May 2021, the District Court rendered judgment on these subjects. We will discuss them in Q(2021-2).