Civil law, also known as private law, pertains to disputes between private individuals, companies, or individuals and companies.
In this section, we occasionally publish short contributions on current and/or notable events in the legal field.
Juliette wrote the following article about the Portuguese Non-Habitual Resident regime (NHR) during her internship in Lisbon.
The Act on collective settlement of mass damages is an essential act in liability law. It allows settlements to be declared binding on entire groups of victims.
In civil proceedings, it is common for the losing party to pay for the legal costs of the other party. This is called the full costs order.
The drug ‘DES’ led to many proceedings. This contributed significantly to the development of liability law.
Previous publications concerned sanctions and lawsuits against Russia. This article concerns a squatted building owned by a Russian businessman in Amsterdam.
A previous publication focused on EU sanctions against Russia. These sanctions occasionally lead to lawsuits, including in the Netherlands.
This publication is about the sanctions imposed by the European Union on Russia and in particular EU Regulation 269/2014.
Behind the scenes, we have been working hard on a corporate identity and website for Poelman c.s. We are excited to give you a first impression!
This article concerns the judgment in the TAP case on the issue of state liability. This involves unlawful judgments.
It is sometimes debated whether law is a science. In any case, it is clear that it is not an exact science.
The possibility to impose a compulsory plan on shareholders and creditors of struggling businesses will make the Netherlands attractive for restructuring.