19 Mar 2017 | GMW
First published in ACCESS Spring 2017 Magazine
19 Sep 2016 | Sieta Autar Matawlie
Estate planning centres on the transfer of assets from one generation to the next, taking into account the tax consequences. But it is more than that. Estate planning also means taking care of your affairs in advance, in the event of your death or should you become seriously ill.
13 Jun 2016 | Susan Meijler
Susan Meijler from GMW Advocaten explains Dutch law surrounding ex-partner cohabitation and alimony payments.
15 Oct 2015 | GMW advocaten
First published in ACCESS Autumn 2015 e-zine by Marjet ...
2 Jul 2014 | GMW Lawyers
Living in another country with your partner can be very exciting and rewarding but could also turn into a nightmare in the case of a separation or divorce.
26 Mar 2014 | GMW Lawyers
What ever happened to privacy? New technologies gather, store and share information as never before. And we, ourselves, happily take part in gathering, storing and sharing information
18 Feb 2014 | ACCESS
A small group of Dutch law students have set up a special service to help foreigners who don’t have legal aid insurance to understand their rights as consumers, tenants, citizens and workers.
27 Jan 2014 | GMW Lawyers
Dutch consumer case makes national press in Austria. Which court has jurisdiction over consumer disputes abroad? A recent ruling by the Austrian Supreme Court of Justice made the national press in Austria. GMW Advocaten represented the Dutch consumer involved in the case.
6 Sep 2013 | GMW Lawyers
On the 1st of June, 2013, the new Modern Migration Policy Act came into force, changing the immigration procedures for regular purposes such as employment, study and family reunification. This new law aims to simplify immigration procedures to strengthen the Dutch economy and make the knowledge industry more competitive.
10 Jun 2013 | GMW Lawyers
The good news, as a matter of fact, is an employer cannot easily enforce such a measure. This is mainly because the general rule is as follows:
Salary is a so-called primary performance of an employer, which can be set against the primary performance of an employee to work. Furthermore, salary is essential to be able to support oneself. In other words, it is obvious that an employee has a substantial interest in the unaltered maintenance of his/her salary.