Laurens Prickartz, senior associate at Buren, has been appointed as trustee in the bankruptcy of
As of 18 January 2017 the new European Regulation 655/2014 establishing a European Account Preservation Order
Large companies are usually – whether or not through separate legal entities – established in multiple countries.
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 (Small and Medium Enterprises or SMEs).
In a draft bill published on 16 May that is now open for public consultation several changes are proposed that will have a significant impact on the Dutch tax treatment of profit distributions by legal entities that are organized as a cooperatives,
Following several long-awaited decisions in the Credit Suisse cases on 21 April 2017 the Dutch Supreme Court has provided useful guidance to international financing transactions involving Dutch borrowers and lenders. Situation
On 15 June 2017, Buren is organising a seminar with top speakers from The Economist and Clingendael Institute.
Buren advises Wepa-Gruppe on the acquisition of Van Houtum, one of the few remaining independent paper factories in the Netherlands.
Do you consider a job with a foreign company in China, or do you consider sending an employee on assignment to China? Expat relocations offer great opportunities for both employers and employees, but it does come with some understanding of the local tax and social security requirements.
On 8 June 2017, Buren is organizing a seminar for embassies in the Netherlands. The Embassy Event is going to take place at our offices in The Hague. Several distinct speakers are going to take the stand and talk about diplomatic law, Dutch real estate law and Dutch labor law, respectively. Invitees
On 11 May 2017, Buren is co-organizing a seminar about the Chinese National Equities Exchange and Quotations (NEEQ) with the Benelux Chamber of Commerce. The Dutch Embassy, Luxembourg Embassy and Belgium Embassy are also supporting.