Dealing with the Dutch

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Dealing with the Dutch is a practical and concise introduction to Dutch business law for anyone who deals with the Dutch and Dutch law. It covers the most important regulations for entrepreneurs who wish to set up a company in the Netherlands and for those who are already doing business in this country.

The Netherlands is widely regarded as an important gateway to Europe due to its strategic location. Having been a trading nation for centuries, the country has an open economy and a global outlook. In addition, it offers a highly skilled, multilingual workforce and a high quality of life and therefore it is a popular business location for foreign companies.

This book offers practical legal information with regard to the (im)possibilities of doing business in the Netherlands. The chapters reflect the specialized practice areas of our law firm. Company structures, corporate law, employment contracts and employee participation, commercial contracts, leases, the permit system as well as IP and ICT law are discussed. In addition, the book covers niche areas of our legal practice such as the law pertaining to diplomatic missions and art and law. The specialist lawyers at Russell Advocaten in Amsterdam have written Dealing with the Dutch based on our many decades of experience with foreign clients.

When doing business in the Netherlands we strongly recommend you to seek specialist legal advice at an early stage. Russell Advocaten offers that legal advice and our specialists will gladly assist you with your legal problems throughout the whole of the Netherlands. Please contact us.