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Three types of Appropriate Dispute Resolution and prevention: from Negotiation, via Mediation, to Conciliation

31 december 2020
Fortunately, there are lawyers who have never embraced the tournament model and instead focus on results and interests rather than battles and positions. Read more »

Deletion after snide criticism of bill on Transparency funding of Civil Society Organizations

14 maart 2019
Postscript: At the end of 2020, the final bill, 35646 Social Organizations Transparency Act, was introduced, where the challenged transparency requirements were dropped as a result of the fundamental criticisms described herein. Read more »

Social Enterprises in the Dutch landscape

16 augustus 2017
In the Dutch landscape, various forms of social enterprises exist and emerge from different types of activities. Read more »

The Broekhuis case: A question of incapacity ? Recent case of disinheritance of family fuel for ethical debate

10 mei 2017
There are increasingly more wealthy older individuals, living longer and often being in a twilight zone of mental (dis)clarity. Read more »

The New European Succession Regulation 650/2012: The conflict of applicable law resolved, but now subject of conflicts ?

15 juni 2015
There is probably no field of law that is more heavily dominated by the couleur locale than estate law and estate taxes. Read more »