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Meritas Guide To Defective Products Litigation in EMEA - Netherlands
1. What claims may be brought for liability for defective products? Is liability based on fault/ negligence, or strict liability, or both? There are a number of different provisions of the Dutch Civil Code (“DCC”) (Burgerlijk Wetboek) that provides for liability of defective products. The following distinction can be made between these different provisions... Please see full Chapter below...
Top 10 issues to consider when employing people in the Netherlands
Pursuant to the guide “Doing Business in the Netherlands 2018” of the Dutch tax firm PwC there are many advantages of doing business in the Netherlands, such as a pro-business climate, its strategic location, attractive tax system, a highly educated multilingual workforce and superior infrastructure. The Netherlands is internationally renowned for its high-quality labour market. According to...
The Meritas Guide To Employment Law On A Business Sale In Europe, Middle East And Africa - April 2015: Netherlands
1. DO EMPLOYEES AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO THE BUYER WHEN A BUSINESS IS SOLD? A transfer of undertaking exists if an economic entity is transferred and retains its identity. In the event of a transfer of undertaking, the employment agreements of the employees transfer to the acquirer by operation of law at the date of the transfer. The employees keep the same rights and obligations. There is