This work contains a collection of seminal essays on topical issues in Dutch business and bankruptcy law. The articles survey a range of commercial law subjects, including contract, competition, insolvency, corporate, banking and financial services law. The author has published widely in these areas, relying on his extensive practical experience in legal and consulting work.
Business and Bankruptcy Law in The Netherlands will be of interest to lawyers and businessmen with an interest in the development and practical application of Dutch commercial law, in both the national and international markets.
- Civil Code Revision in The Netherlands: System, Contents and Future
- Contracts for the Provision of Legal Advice Regulated by Law in The Netherlands
- Building Up a Solid Transnational Contract
- Precontractual Dealings: The Dutch Approach
- Liability of Company Directors in The Netherlands
- New Competition Act in The Netherlands
- Position of a Subordinated Creditor in a Debtor's Insolvency in The Netherlands
- Liabilities of Regulatory Supervisory Bodies of Troubled Financial Institutions (Insurance, Banking) in The Netherlands
- Close-Out Netting in The Netherlands
- Gotcha! Bankruptcy Crimes and Fraud
- Insolvency Practitioner in Indonesia: Some Thoughts on Professional Conduct and Ethics
- Cross-Border Insolvency: Do Judges Break New Grounds?
- Towards a New Indonesian Bankruptcy Law
- Bilateral Bankruptcy Treaties: A Bygone Instrument?