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6/8/2018

Jochem Hummelen publishes 'Parlementaire geschiedenis van de Faillissementswet 1896-2017'

On 29 May 2018, the book 'Parlementaire Geschiedenis van de Faillissementswet 1896-2017' (Parliamentary History of the Dutch Bankruptcy Act 1896-2017) was published. In this book, Jochem Hummelen (NautaDutilh) and Martijn Breeman (Houthoff) review the amendments in the parliamentary history of the Dutch Bankruptcy Act from 1896. The book has 3,200 pages and provides an overview of the amendments per section. This is the first time that such a complete collection of this parliamentary history has been published.

5/16/2018

Dutch law firms together against cybercrime

AKD, Bird & Bird LLP, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Dirkzwager, Houthoff, Kennedy Van der Laan, Lexence, Loyens & Loeff, NautaDutilh, Nysingh, Pels Rijcken, Stibbe, Trip, Van Benthem & Keulen and Van Doorne have announced to work together in the fight against cybercrime and digital threats. A significant group front runners that, in the event of proven success, also look forward to connecting with other law firms.

5/2/2018

Gerard Meijer appointed President of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute

Gerard Meijer has been appointed President of the Board of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) as from 1 May 2018. He succeeds in this capacity Willem van Baren (formerly of Allen & Overy). Earlier Presidents were, inter alia, René van Rooij (formerly of KPN), Lodewijk Sillevis Smitt (formerly of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek), Albert Jan van den Berg (formerly of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer), and Piet Sanders (founding father of the NAI). Click here for the NAI's announcement of Gerard's appointment

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