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COVID-19

Should you need advice regarding the impact of coronavirus on any aspect of your business, visit this page to find a list of contact persons within our firm who you can contact on various subjects. Here you will also find an overview of publications relating to the coronavirus.

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09.07.2020 NL law
ACM geeft bedrijven meer ruimte om samen te werken voor klimaat- en milieudoelen

Short Reads - De Autoriteit Consument & Markt (ACM) wil dat Nederlandse bedrijven meer ruimte krijgen om samen te werken op het gebied van duurzaamheid. Vooral voor het bereiken van klimaatdoelen, zoals de vermindering van CO2-uitstoot, krijgen bedrijven meer mogelijkheden om onderling afspraken te maken zonder de concurrentieregels te overtreden. Dat staat in de (concept) leidraad ‘duurzaamheidsafspraken’ van de ACM.

09.07.2020 NL law
Position paper: a more circular carpet industry in the Netherlands

Articles - Currently only 1-3% of European carpet waste is recycled. Together with Maurits de Munck, Ida Mae de Waal and Chris Backes (Utrecht University), Valérie van 't Lam has produced a position paper featuring recommendations for the European Commission on a more ‘circular’ carpet industry in the Netherlands. This position paper was commissioned by Excess Materials Exchange.

08.07.2020 NL law
COVID-19 update and Guidelines published on the Dutch implementation of DAC6

Short Reads - The EU Mandatory Disclosure Directive (“DAC6”), introducing a reporting requirement for intermediaries and/or taxpayers of certain cross-border arrangements that are perceived to be aggressive, is effective as of 1 July in the Netherlands. By his letter of 26 June 2020, the Dutch State Secretary of Finance granted deferral of the Dutch reporting deadlines until 1 January 2021.

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