With regard to the Corona measures, the following applies:
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) may also have consequences for the implementation of agreements under Dutch law. In this context, compensation for damages, fulfilment of obligations, termination of an agreement by cancellation or dissolution and unforeseen circumstances are discussed here.
The Balanced Labour Market Act (WAB) entered into force on 1 January 2020.
30 september 1927 - 26 januari 2020
We are deeply saddened by the news of our old colleague and co-founder of our office, mr. Vincent Groenendijk passing.
The Dutch Supreme court issued a detailed decision on the possibilities of supsension of a court judgement.
The Dutch Supreme Court upheld the decision of the Court of Appeal in The Hague to ban designated smoking areas in bars. The Court ruled that the use of these areas is in breach with the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC).
HR past nieuw recht toe in familiezaak waar oud recht van toepassing had moeten zijn
The Dutch Supreme Court has recently commented on the calculation of damages resulting from the provision of incorrect information, about a surface area of a house, for which a real estate agent is liable.
The Dutch Supreme Court has recently ruled that the interpretation of a last will is relevant in order to ascertain damages resulting from a violation of the standard of care by a notary drawing up this last will.