Missed our webinar: The Second International Economic Crime Conference? Here's your chance to watch on-demand! The ...
In this vlog John Wolfs discusses the legal principles of reasonableness and fairness.
https://youtu.be/T-WS_P1bkGc In this vlog John Wolfs, international trade lawyer discusses the ...
In Part II of this video series regarding the transition allowance under Dutch law, Aliant partner Peter Kostons discusses the circumstances under which and employee is entitled to transition allowance and how much assistance an employee can expect to receive.
From our Netherlands office, John Wolfs discusses when and why you may want to include an applicable law clause under Dutch law.
It is relatively easy to freeze assets in the Netherlands. The procedure is typically quick, cheap and straightforward. Learn more about the benefits freezing assets and what happens after the permission is granted.
Milan Garber discusses the position of the employment contract under Dutch law, examining rights of the employee, duration and termination of contracts, and transition allowances.
When a company based in the Netherlands is doing business with a foreign company, it is important that the involved parties agree about jurisdiction and applicable law. In this video, John Wolfs discusses jurisdiction clauses and why they are important for all parties.
In the case of non-performance under Dutch contractual law, several remedies can be distinguished. Learn more by watching this video on remedies in case of non-performance of a contract in the Netherlands, presented by Managing Partner John Wolfs.
https://youtu.be/W2yfB5a46wQ Steven R. Fox and Jacob Stein provide insight into Bankruptcy, and how to protect ...
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