The Netherlands has a long history as an international trading nation and was the first nation to establish a modern exchange in 1603. It's still one of the most active markets today, with over 22,000 deals with a value of USD2,226.6 billion completed over the past 30 years. The country is well known for contributions to technology and science – a legacy which continues with its high-profile life sciences and technology companies.

Our Netherlands team is ranked in the top ten of international law firms in the country, with over 60 lawyers working between our technology-focused Eindhoven office and our financial and regulatory focused Amsterdam office.

 
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Restructuring & insolvency

Dutch Supreme Court allows debtor's appeal to enter debt restructuring in proceedings opposing a bankruptcy order

11 May 2021
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by Remco de Jong

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Employment, pensions & mobility

Work/Life: international employment news update

Issue 30

5 May 2021
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by Sean Nesbitt and Marc André Gimmy

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Technology, media & communications

Judgement of the Court of Appeal The Hague in the SEP dispute between ASSIA v. KPN et al. and NOKIA

5 May 2021

by Eelco Bergsma and Maud de Haas

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Employment, pensions & mobility

Q&A: vaccinations and testing in the workplace

Available in English and Dutch

3 May 2021

by multiple authors

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