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Outsourcing laws and Regulation in the Netherlands – 2020

Outsourcing laws and Regulation in the Netherlands – 2020

Outsourcing laws and Regulation in the Netherlands – 2020

27.07.2020 NL law

Are there any additional legal or regulatory requirements for outsourcing transactions undertaken by government or public sector bodies? What formalities are required to transfer, lease or license assets on an outsourcing transaction? Or, What are the most material legal or regulatory requirements and issues concerning data security and data protection that may arise on an outsourcing transaction?

Judica Krikke and Marc Spuijbroek provide answers to these and other questions about Outsourcing laws and regulation in the Netherlands.

Read the full publication of Judica Krikke and Marc Spuijbroek in ICLG - Outsourcing Laws and Regulations – Netherlands on the website of the ICLG (International Comparative Legal Guides).

The ICLG - Outsourcing Laws and Regulations – Netherlands covers common issues in outsourcing laws and regulations, including regulatory frameworks, procurement processes, transfers of assets, employment law, data protection and customer remedies in 16 jurisdictions.

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