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Insolventierecht: tips en tricks voor de praktijk van de bedrijfsjurist

Insolventierecht: tips en tricks voor de praktijk van de bedrijfsjuris

Insolventierecht: tips en tricks voor de praktijk van de bedrijfsjurist

31.08.2016 NL law

In deze uitgave (in samenwerking met het NGB) worden in tien korte hoofdstukken diverse thema’s rond insolventie ondernemingen belicht. Het doel is om de bedrijfsjurist praktische handvatten te bieden, zowel vanuit de optiek van de crediteur van een bedrijf in moeilijkheden, als vanuit de positie van het bedrijf in moeilijkheden zelf. Ook de vernieuwing van de Faillissementswet komt aan bod.
 

Voor meer informatie over deze uitgave, neem contact op met Job van Hooff. 

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