In the event of a bankruptcy, creditors may have three types of claims: a bankruptcy claim (een faillissementsvordering), an estate claim
The Legal500 has published the results for 2018 and Buren has been ranked in the fields of
On 13 April study association NSO Eques in Nijmegen which orientates on corporate law organized
Jan Holthuis, Partner at Buren is keynote speaker at a luncheon focused on “China Insights: Partner Choice, Know-how
Luxembourg’s Gain after Dutch Tax Changes and Acceptance of OECD Recommendations. The European Branche of IBSA (International Business
Robrecht Timmermans has been interviewed by Notariaat Magazine on his thesis “Protection of listed companies by issuing preference shares”.
Damiën Berkhout, partner at Buren, will chair a workshop session at the conference “Conflicts
In the last years quite a lot Dutch retail chains went bankrupt. To name a few: Free Record Shop, Van Leest (music stores), DA (drugstore), Scapino, Dolcis,
We now understand that all parts of the SuperTrash group have been declared bankrupt. The Amsterdam District Court pronounced these bankruptcies on Tuesday, March 27, 2018.
Following earlier announcements in last year’s Tax Policy Paper by the new Dutch coalition government, the Dutch State Secretary of Finance released on 23 February 2018 its Tax Policy Agenda
At the beginning of this week the (Dutch) media reported that fashion company SuperTrash - previously led by Olcay Gulsen - filed for bankruptcy. It appears that on 20 March 2018 Wayahead B.V. has been declared