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Dutch Supreme Court: State liable for national legislation conflicting with EU law

European Union, Netherlands - October 12 2015 The Dutch Supreme Court ruled on 18 September 2015 that the State can be liable for issuing national statutes that conflict with EU law. This is the...

Arjan Kleinhout, Lindy Burgman.


Flexible workers better protected under imminent law change update

Netherlands - March 10 2014 We published an article last month about a bill on the new Employment and Security Act. This Second Chamber has recently adopted the bill with some...

Barbara van Duren-Kloppert, Evert-Jan Henrichs.


Works councils’ consent rights on pension schemes to be extended once again

Netherlands - February 10 2014 The government has announced its intention to expand works councils' right of consent with regard to pension schemes. If the law is changed, all...

Evert-Jan Henrichs, Bart van Reeken.


Flexible workers better protected under imminent law change

Netherlands - February 10 2014 A pending bill will change Dutch employment law as relates to fixed-term employment agreements. Most notably, the criteria for the automatic...

Barbara van Duren-Kloppert, Evert-Jan Henrichs.


Remuneration and legal position of directors of Dutch listed companies and financial institutions

Netherlands - January 18 2011 From 1 January of this year, financial institutions will be subject to new rules on controlled remuneration policy....

Francine Schlingmann, Martin van Olffen, Joost Schutte.