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  • 16.05.2017 NL law
    Stibbe advises Moody’s Corporation

    Experience - Stibbe is advising Moody’s Corporation, the US credit rating agency, on its € 3 billion acquisition of Bureau van Dijk, a global provider of business intelligence and company information, from Swedish private equity firm EQT.

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  • 15.05.2017 NL law
    Stibbe advises Heijmans

    Inside Stibbe - Stibbe advised Heijmans in connection with the development of a turnkey building, consisting of 375 young professional appartments, 1,048 m2 commercial spaces and 45 parking places;  and the sale of this building to an investor.

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23.05.2017 BE law
Verplichte toegang tot breedbandinternet als stedenbouwkundige verplichting: quo vadis?

Articles - Deze blog onderzoekt het toepassingsgebied van de verplichtingen (en eventuele vrijstellingen) uit de gewestelijke stedenbouwkundige verordening inzake breedband. Ook de praktische kant van de zaak komt aan bod: hoe moet hiermee in een vergunningsaanvraag worden omgegaan? Tenslotte worden enkele bedenkingen gemaakt of deze verplichtingen - gelet op hun uiterst geringe stedenbouwkundige impact - wel thuis horen in het domein van de ruimtelijke ordening.

22.05.2017 NL law
Bill adopted by Dutch Parliament introducing a duty of care to prevent child labour

Short Reads - Read the article in Dutch. On 7 February 2017, the Dutch Parliament adopted a bill introducing a duty of care to prevent child labour (Wet zorgplicht kinderarbeid – the "Bill"). The Bill requires companies selling goods and services to Dutch end-users to determine whether child labour occurs in their supply chains. If so, companies must set out a plan of action on how to combat it and issue a due diligence statement (verklaring gepaste zorgvuldigheid) on their investigation and plan of action.

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