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Resolving legal disputes in Malaysia through arbitration

01 March 2016 | Did you know that Kuala Lumpur is home to one of the world's most renowned arbitration institutes?  MDBC members are invited for an exclusive and private tour of the state - of -...

Jikke Biermasz

Partner, Attorney

Trouble Selling in Turkey? Solutions to the additional EU customs duties and other trade barriers

  • Customs
  • Logistics & Transport
01 February 2016 | Turkey has imposed additional customs duties on nine product categories, from textile, apparel and footwear products, to electrical appliances.  It is expected that more...

Olaf van Haperen

Managing partner, Attorney

Under new legislation, businesses run the risk of being fined up to € 820,000

  • IT, Privacy & Data Security
07 January 2016 | In the programme broadcast of De Financiële Telegraaf TV, I discussed the Dutch Data Leaks Notification Act (Wet Meldplicht Datalekken), which came into effect on 1...

Esther van Aalst

Partner, Attorney

Dutch fines more than doubled as of 2017

  • Competition & Market Regulation
06 January 2016 | On 22 December, the Dutch Parliament approved a legislative proposal as a result of which the maximum personal fines that can be imposed following violations of the...

Jikke Biermasz

Partner, Attorney

European Logistics Consortium awarded EC grant to achieve breakthrough in supply chain collaboration

  • International trade & Logistics
  • Collaboration in the supply chain and Logistics innovation
  • Competition & Market Regulation
  • Intellectual Property & Advertising
  • Logistics & Transport
29 October 2015 | NexTrust (www.nextrust-project.eu) a 30 member consortium of some of Europe’s leading thinkers on collaborative logistics, has secured a grant from the European...