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Eline Mooring

Attorney

EU – Japan Trade Agreement entered into force on 1 February 2019

  • International trade & Logistics
  • Customs
  • Trade & Contracts
25 February 2019 | EU – Japan Trade Agreement entered into force on 1 February 2019 After four years of negotiation, the Economic Partnership Agreement between the EU and Japan has entered...

Tim Hesselink

Partner, Attorney

International Trade & Regulatory – Export Controls & Sanctions

  • FMCG & Retail
  • Food & Health
  • Maritime & Offshore Industry
  • International trade & Logistics
  • Administrative Law
  • Employment & Social Security
  • Trade & Contracts
11 February 2019 | International Trade & Regulatory – Export Controls & Sanctions Being compliant with export control and sanctions legislation is of great importance for...

Tim Hesselink

Partner, Attorney

Iran Sanctions Special (part II)

  • Government & Institutions
  • International trade & Logistics
  • Export Controls & Sanctions
12 November 2018 | On the 6th of August 2018, President Trump issued legislation for “Reimposing Certain Sanctions with Respect to Iran” under Executive Order 13846 (New Iran E.O.). The...

Jikke Biermasz

Partner, Attorney

International Trade & Regulatory – Export Controls & Sanctions - Iran Sanctions Special (part I)

  • International trade & Logistics
  • Customs
  • Export Controls & Sanctions
21 June 2018 | Being compliant with export control and sanctions legislation is of great importance for companies engaged in international trade as violation of this legislation can lead...

Evert-Karel Ditvoorst

Partner, Attorney

Dismissal of a director under the articles of association

  • FMCG & Retail
  • Food & Health
  • Insurance and Financial Institutions
  • Manufacturing Industry
  • Maritime & Offshore Industry
  • International trade & Logistics
  • Trade & Contracts
05 June 2018 | The general meeting of a company may dismiss a director under the articles of association. If that director has an employment contract, the Supreme Court has already ruled...