The trustees of the Etam Group, Mr. Pierre van Voorst and Mr. Martijn Vermeeren, presented the ninth public liquidation report. The trustees are obliged to report regularly on the settlement of the bankruptcy to the magistrate.
Laurens Prickartz and Ruud Brunninkhuis, attorneys-at-law at Buren, have published a country report on The Netherlands in Eurofenix, the journal of INSOL Europe. The
The European branch of the IBSA will be holding a Benelux meeting at the offices of Buren, Johan de Wittlaan 15, 2517 JR, The Hague on Tuesday 3rd October at 18:00.
In 2016 the Minister of Finance submitted for public consultation the Draft Bill containing rules regarding the supervision of trust offices (Wet toezicht trustkantoren 2018, the “Draft Bill”).
In May 2016 the Enterprise Chamber (special division of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal) had surprisingly found that the right of the Works Council to be consulted is in principle incompatible with the role of the bankruptcy trustee in the liquidation of the bankrupt’s estate.
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