Contract management as a tool to help your business purposes
Our commercial contracting team has ample experience in negotiating and drafting contracts, whether it is for strategic cooperation, the international sale of goods, the services industry, licensing software, or turnkey delivery of plants.
Prevent disputes, define expectations and safeguard your interests
A written contract has several purposes. Negotiations about the contract help the parties to better define their wishes and requirements. A well drafted contract, comprehensively anticipating issues that may arise, also functions as a guide for the parties’ cooperation which in itself may prevent unnecessary disputes. And if it nonetheless comes to a dispute, the contract is important for determining the law applicable to the agreement, method and forum for dispute resolution, and the parties’ rights and obligations.
Negotiating and drafting a good contract requires a sincere interest in your business and its requirements, and good knowledge of where you are at risk. With our background in litigation, we have experience with the strengths and weaknesses of contracts when put to the test, better enabling us to safeguard your interests in your contracts.
Buren advises Holland at Home, an international online retail supermarket, on its China investment strategy for their online food retail business in China, including taxation, trading and
Buren advises Ploeger Oxbo, an agriculture machinery niche player, on restructuring its China business and renegotiating its joint-venture agreement terms.
Buren advises Maars Living Walls, a world leading high tech partitioning producer, on restructuring its China business and negotiating renewed partnerships in China and IP licensing terms.
It is expected that the Dutch legislator will consider the draft legislation regarding the Netherlands Commercial Court
As of 18 January 2017 the new European Regulation 655/2014 establishing a European Account Preservation Order
On 1 July 2017 a new law will go into effect that will put a ban on unreasonably long payment terms. The law intends to prevent large corporations from applying unreasonably long periods for paying invoices of small and medium sized suppliers