The Netherlands: Dutch employment Law Update

Breaking Dutch Employment News: The Legislative Proposal for the Modernization of the Non-Compete Clause has been published: The newly introduced draft legislation aimed at revising the non-compete clause indicates a substantial transformation in the existing laws in The Netherlands. Key features of the legislative proposal include: Limitation on Duration: Any non-compete agreement exceeding a duration

The Netherlands: More opportunities for developers and landlords to transform leased properties to the new destination

October, 2022 Introduction THE NETHERLANDS: The scope for successor landlords to realize the new destination has been increased. Based on Dutch law, a successive landlord may dissolve the lease if he wants to bring the leased property in line with the destination. In a landmark ruling, the district court North-Holland dissolved the leases (conditionally) so

The Netherlands: Prevent the mayor from closing your business premises for years and getting stuck with the tenant in drug discovery cases. What steps can you take as a manager or owner against the municipality and tenant?

September, 2022 – The Netherlands – Certa Advocaten Introduction Upon the discovery of drugs and/or other prohibited substances or goods used to manufacture the drugs, mayors may close a business premises. As a property owner, you are faced with a closed building that no one is allowed to enter. The space cannot be rented or

Netherlands: These employment law actions are required before 1 August 2022 in the Netherlands!

As of 1 August 2022, the Act Implementing the EU Directive on Transparent and Predictable Employment Conditions (in Dutch: Wet Implementatie EU-richtlijn Transparante en Voorspelbare Arbeidsvoorwaarden) will enter into force in The Netherlands. The name says it all: the directive aims to make the content of work more transparent and predictable in advance. According to