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International law firm Bird & Bird today boosts its Corporate practice with the appointment of life sciences expert Michiel Wurfbain as a partner in The Hague.
As far as the European Commission is concerned, there is insufficient shareholder involvement and a lack of adequate transparency when it comes to listed companies; this is one of the reasons it adopted the new ...
On 21 April 2020 in view of the COVID-19 outbreak the Dutch Parliament approved the “Temporary act COVID-19 Justice and Security” (Tijdelijke wet COVID-19 Justitie en Veiligheid) (the COVID-19 Act).
Investing in or through the Netherlands is attractive for a number of reasons: (1) flexible company law; (2) the Dutch tax system has a number of features that may be very beneficial in international tax optimization; ...
In general, the consequences of the Brexit in the area of company law are limited. Dutch company law already did not apply to legal entities incorporated under a law other than Dutch law, unless they are so-called ...
Following a few interesting EU developments regarding gun jumping in concentrations our Competition team looked into the relevance for M&A transactions, whilst taking into perspective what the ECJ and European ...
In the fall of next year, the long anticipated EU Foreign Direct Investment Screening Regulation will apply. The regulation is likely to have a significant impact on FDI within the EU – both within Member States that ...
We are delighted to announce three promotions to Partner, three to Senior Counsel and 24 to Counsel from across our international team.
“Bird & Bird’s international corporate offering is growing from strength to strength. In the past year we have launched some outstanding initiatives and welcomed 13 new partners to the team, an 18% increase from 2017.