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At present, no franchising-specific laws exist in the Netherlands. However, draft legislation is upcoming and expected to be presented to Parliament this quarter. We outline the current draft proposal and points to be ...
On 1 January 2019, the Netherlands Commercial Court ("NCC") was launched and ready to hear cases regarding international commercial disputes in the English language
The Dutch competition authority, ACM, initiated a market study in 2018 into the effect of the introduction of biosimilars on the competition between TNF alfa inhibitors. TNF-alfa inhibitors are biological medicines that ...
Dutch Ministry starts consultation and publishes discussion paper: input requested before 3 February 2019
On 14 March 2019, the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens – 'AP') published new Guidelines on Administrative Fines 2019 (Boetebeleidsregels Autoriteit Persoongegevens 2019 – 'Guidelines').
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 ...
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; ...
On 5 March 2019, the Dutch State Secretary for Economic Affairs and Climate Policy ("State Secretary") submitted a legislative proposal to amend the Dutch Telecommunications Act (Telecommunicatiewet – "TA") to ...
The Netherlands is running a consultation until 9 September 2019 on the national transposition of the Electronic Communications Code