The importance of a forum selection clauseRead more
The importance of a forum selection clause
The devil is in the details. That’s also the case for a forum selection clause, a small clause that often appears in Terms and Conditions and contracts. The forum selection clause defines which court is territorially authorised to preside in the event of a dispute. Doesn’t ring any bells? Keep reading, because it’s to your […]Read more
The WCO law: what, when and how?
Refuge. Time to take a breath. And prepare a strong plan of action for moving forward. That is what the WCO law—short for ‘Law Concerning the Continuity of Organisations’—offers organisations with financial problems: a chance to adjust, focus and climb out of debt.Read more
From innocent to flagrant: the abuse of company assets
Every so often, you hear about it on the news: the abuse of company assets. Business heads who have avoided taxes by unfairly hiding private expenses in their company books, or having their personal debts paid by the company. These are clear, flagrant cases of abuse. But what if the cleaning lady who attends to […]Read more
How does partnership law offer you a way out in the event of a dispute?
We mentioned it in our last article: not everything comes up roses in a partnership. Differences in opinion are one thing, but sometimes a dispute destroys the very foundation of a partnership. Two examples.Read more