OECD virtual meeting on Pillar One and Pillar Two – key takeaways from the panels
In this article, our Digital Economy Taxation team shares key takeaways from the two panel sessions dedicated to the Pillar Two Blueprint.
Increasing trend of real estate share deals and the crucial role of the civil law notary
Transactions in the real estate sector are becoming more and more complex, with indirect real estate transactions as an example.
Competition law in the Netherlands in 2020
We are pleased to present to you with out overview of competition law developments in the Netherlands in 2020.
Employee refuses face mask - no right to salary
The court in summary proceedings ruled that a Dutch patisserie was entitled to suspend an employee and to suspend payment of wages for this employee.
AFM publishes guidance on improving the compliance function
The AFM has published some practical guidance for investment firms and managers of investment funds to assess and improve their compliance function
Loyens & Loeff appoints two new counsels
Bram Linnartz, Managing Partner: "I warmly congratulate Jules and Merel on their appointment.
Loyens & Loeff advised Highbrook and REB on the acquisition of an office building located at Herengracht 54 in Amsterdam
Loyens & Loeff advised Highbrook and REB on the acquisition of an office building in Amsterdam. The office building will be renovated.
Schneider Electric acquires DC Systems B.V. from Dutch Rectifiers B.V.
DC Systems is a Netherlands based start-up, specializing in active AC/DC microgrids, DC power conversion, and a comprehensive range of DC solutions.
Luxembourg tax authorities issue circular on interest deduction limitation rule
The long-awaited guidance notably clarifies the notion of borrowing costs and the grandfathering rule for loans predating 17 June 2016.
Management and supervisory boards in the Netherlands in brief
‘Management and Supervisory boards in the Netherlands in brief’ is an updated, 2021 publication that highlights a number of practical topics relevant to both...
Class actions on public interests: climate change and COVID-19
It happens more often that a claim organisation takes the Dutch government’s actions and policies to civil court.
Loyens & Loeff advised Credit Suisse AM on the acquisition of office building De Monarch Tower in The Hague
Loyens & Loeff advised Credit Suisse Asset Management on the acquisition of the office building De Monarch Tower in The Hague.