The Hague, 22 March 2017 – Fort Advocaten, Heyninck & Partners and Taxperience with support of the Czech Dutch Chamber of Commerce organized a legal and tax seminar on the topic of Relevant contracting issues under Dutch and Czech law and related tax issues.
Representatives of Fort Advocaten, an Amsterdam based law firm, covered several highly relevant topics including: when a contract is legally binding, what the effect of a Letter of Intent (LOI) is, the impact of the doctrine of reasonableness and fairness. Heyninck & Partners, a Prague based law firm, shared insights on recent changes in the corporate law in the Czech Republic, including liabilities of directors and stakeholders. The legal topics where follow by a tax related presentation delivered by representatives of Taxperience, a tax firm with office in the Netherlands, Czech Republic and other countries. The main focus was on tax ruling, tax treaties, Dutch propositions with respect to BEPS and EU tax-avoidance initiatives, and why the Netherlands is commonly used for investments in CEE.
The seminar was attended by around 30 participants and took place in the offices of Fort Advocaten in Amsterdam on 14 March 2017.
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