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mei 18, 2022

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Negotiation of distribution agreements in International B2B trade

2022-01-14T15:15:42+00:00april 29, 2021|berichten, branche, energie & industrie, Food, Horeca & Retail, Internationaal, nieuws, onderneming & zaken doen, specialisme|

Distribution agreements are commonly used in international B2B trade and serve to optimise the supplier’s sales. It is not uncommon that the supplier lacks essential infrastructure in the market the distributor is active in, so that co-operation through a distribution agreement provides a win-win situation for both.

Privacy and Data Protection: Brexit and third countries

2022-01-14T14:55:34+00:00april 22, 2021|berichten, branche, Internationaal, nieuws, zakelijke dienstverlening|

As we all know the UK left the EU with effect from 1 January 2021. How does this affect the transfer and processing of personal data in the UK. The Withdrawal Agreement entered into by the EU and the UK regarding the withdrawal of the UK from the EU sets out a certain transitionary period. This transitional period expired as from 1st July 2021, meaning that the UK is treated as a third country with respect to the transfer and processing of personal date. What does this mean in practice for privacy and data protection?

When does a commercial agreement become a legally binding agreement?

2022-01-14T14:56:47+00:00maart 21, 2021|berichten, branche, energie & industrie, Food, Horeca & Retail, Internationaal, nieuws, onderneming & zaken doen, specialisme|

It may be that your commercial enterprise was still negotiating the terms of a commercial contract and the negotiations did not result in an agreed written contract. At least that is what you thought until you received an invoice. When does a commercial agreement become legally binding according to the Dutch Civil Code (DCC)?

Pratical Legal Corona Tips: How can your business enterprise conduct its formal meetings that require physical presence by law or deed?

2021-12-15T15:05:29+00:00april 21, 2020|berichten, Internationaal, nieuws|

Under the Dutch Civil Code (DCC), there are many requirements on how to convene certain general meetings of business enterprises. The one that causes the biggest obstacle is the fact that the DCC requires in some instances that such general meetings require the physical presence of the parties concerned. And this may not be possible or practicable during the period of the “intelligent” lock-down imposed by the Dutch Government.

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