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    Technology M&A in the Netherlands 2022

    The fourth edition of Technology M&A provides an overview of the various factors affecting technology M&A transactions, including international expert analysis in key areas of law, practice and regulation for corporate counsel, cross-border legal practitioners, and company directors and officers. 
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    Bill for gender diversity measures adopted

    On 28 September 2021, the Dutch Senate (Eerste Kamer) adopted the legislative proposal for a “More balanced ratio between men and women on management and supervisory boards” (the “Bill”). The Bill aims to make the ratio between the number of men and women at the top of large companies more balanced and is expected to enter into force on 1 January 2022. What does this diversity law mean for businesses?
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    Dutch CREF loan documentation: What to use to match your financing (and funding)

    This blog is not a strictly legal blog. It is nevertheless about a topic firmly to do with legal documentation, in response to a question we are often asked , in particular by our non-Dutch lender client base: What loan documentation should we use to document our Dutch commercial real estate loan?
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    Enhanced value through IP and Knowhow: a scan

    We all recognize them. Iconic products, services and designs like the iPhone, the Google home page, dance festival Sensation or the shape and packaging of Tony Chocolonely. Examples of designs and products which have proven to be both disruptive and commercially successful in a sustainable way, in a physical, digital or services environment.
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    Martinair cargo pilots finally successful in claiming that they became employed with KLM

    KLM became the sole shareholder of Martinair at the end of 2008. From 2009 onwards, the operational and commercial activities of the cargo divisions of Martinair and KLM were gradually integrated, resulting in practically all Martinair cargo activities having been transferred to KLM. Later, both divisions were commercially integrated. At the end of 2011 Martinair's passenger division was closed. Since 2014, Martinair only acted as operating carrier with KLM as its sole client. Eventually, most of Martinair's activities were transferred to KLM. Martinair ground staff became employed with KLM on 1 January 2014 and continued performing similar activities as they did when still employed with Martinair. As per November 2011, a group of only 71 Martinair pilots (some of the passenger division) became employed with KLM.
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