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House building near an industrial estate: customised regulations, noise policy plan and dynamic reference to parking policy

House building near an industrial estate: customised regulations, noise policy plan and dynamic reference to parking policy

Building houses near an industrial estate is not straightforward. On the one hand, it must be guaranteed that the homes to be built offer a proper quality of life, but, on the other, this may not impede the nearby businesses in their operations. On 14 June 2017, the Administrative Jurisdiction ... Read More »

Possibly ‘Google light’ in Europe thanks to questions from French Conseil d’État on privacy law and the right to be forgotten

Possibly ‘Google light’ in Europe thanks to questions from French Conseil d’État on privacy law and the right to be forgotten

Over 3 years ago, the European Court of Justice gave the famous Costeja ruling. Since then, it has been clear that search engines are also bound by privacy law and can (therefore) receive correction and removal requests. Privacy law also puts additional strict rules on the processing of so-called special ... Read More »

From 1 July 2017, Cloud providers and other IT suppliers are obliged to pass on client records to the receiver in the event of bankruptcy free of charge

From 1 July 2017, Cloud providers and other IT suppliers are obliged to pass on client records to the receiver in the event of bankruptcy free of charge

Over 3 years ago, the government launched a bill to strengthen the position of the receiver. I previously wrote a blog on this bill and the consequences it has for IT suppliers. The bill has in the meantime reached the finishing line virtually unscathed and will come into force on ... Read More »

Satisfaction with personal injury claims handling

Satisfaction with personal injury claims handling

Recently, outgoing minister Blok (Safety and Justice) answered Parliamentary Questions by member Van Nispen (SP) on the stance of insurance companies to personal injury claims. In his answers, the minister referred to the Code of Conduct for Handling Personal Injury Claims [Gedragscode Behandeling Letselschade (GBL)] and indicated that it functions ... Read More »

Legal professional privilege: does it exist when there are criminal investigations?

Legal professional privilege: does it exist when there are criminal investigations?

There are two types of legal professional privilege (“LPP”): Legal advice privilege – which arises in relation to the giving or receiving of legal advice that is confidential; and Litigation privilege – which arises when confidential communications between legal advisers, clients and their third parties arise, provided that they are ... Read More »

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