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Car advertising still under scrutiny from the Dutch Advertising Code Committee

Car advertising still under scrutiny from the Dutch Advertising Code Committee

Advertisements for car makes are under the continued scrutiny from the Dutch Advertising Code Committee (Reclame Code Commissie or RCC). This is important news for communication, consultancy and advertising agencies. Like the car makes, they too have to take advertising law into account continuously. Over-promising In 2015, the Dutch Advertising ... Read More »

Factors to be borne in mind when including standard terms and conditions in international legal transactions

Factors to be borne in mind when including standard terms and conditions in international legal transactions

Every day, countless purchase agreements are concluded around the world, between parties from different countries. To harmonise the rules applicable to those purchase agreements, many countries have signed up to the UN Sales Convention (CISG). There are currently 84 signatory countries, ranging from Albania to Zambia. The Netherlands and Germany ... Read More »

Computer Programmers and the H-1B Visa

Computer Programmers and the H-1B Visa

The H-1B visa is designed to be for professional, “specialty” occupations. Specialty occupations require the “theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge,” and require the attainment of a bachelor’s or higher degree in the specific specialty (or its equivalent) as a minimum for entry into the ... Read More »

The European Court of Justice has ruled on unfair commercial practices that took place after consumer agreements were entered into

The European Court of Justice has ruled on unfair commercial practices that took place after consumer agreements were entered into

In the European Union member states are required to provide national legislation that prohibits a trader to acts unfairly towards a consumer if he carries out commercial practices that are not in line with the required competence and care requirements. According to the law, each act, omission, behaviour, representation of ... Read More »

Don’t just sign a processor’s agreement, in particular if you are not actually a processor

Don’t just sign a processor’s agreement, in particular if you are not actually a processor

More and more organisations require suppliers and partners with whom personal data is exchanged to enter into a processor’s agreement. Regularly, signing the processor’s agreement is even (more or less) forced upon them. Often it is insufficiently considered whether it is actually required that a processor’s agreement is signed. It can ... Read More »

Trademark Protection for Medical Practices and Hospitals

Trademark Protection for Medical Practices and Hospitals

University hospitals, hospitals, and medical practitioners in community practices are increasingly concerned with their own placement in the market. If they want to act economically, it is necessary to sell not only the necessary medical care, but also additional offerings, which are often common in wellness treatment centers. Hospitals, medical ... Read More »

Workplace 4.0

Workplace 4.0

Whether at home or on the road: new forms of work have emerged through the mobile technology of smartphones, tablets etc. More flexibility can help to reconcile family and work life, save a long journey to work and promote self-determination. This complies especially with the life planning of young high ... Read More »

The Urban Area

The Urban Area

The new building category “urban area” provides municipalities and architects with more flexibility when planning urban areas. This can create more living space in densely populated cities and help revitalize them as well. With the Act on the Implementation of EU-Directive 2014/52/EU concerning urban planning legislation and the strengthening of ... Read More »

Draft Bill for the Revision of the Law on Payment Services

Draft Bill for the Revision of the Law on Payment Services

The law makes payment initiation services and account information services subject to regulatory supervision by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin). Furthermore, there will be stricter authentication requirements when making online payments. On February 8, 2017, the federal government adopted a bill to implement the Second Payment Service Directive. It ... Read More »

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