Van Benthem & Keulen
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Van Benthem & Keulen, lawyers and notaries

Van Benthem & Keulen is an ambitious and innovative firm in the legal and notarial practices. We are located in Utrecht, we employ 90 legal professionals and are among the 20 largest firms in the Netherlands. Our firm focuses on large and medium-sized businesses and organisations and we have a strong presence in the retail, healthcare, financial, educational, energy and government sectors.

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Measures Coronavirus, Van Benthem & Keulen

Due to recent government measures, most of our office employees are now working from home. Our lawyers and (junior) notaries can be reached by e-mail and on their mobile phones. You can find the relevant e-mail addresses and mobile numbers through the link below. Would you like to know more about the measures taken by Van Benthem & Keulen and about our services during this period?

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Omgevingsrecht bouwplaats

Nieuwsbrief Omgevingsrecht: 'Aftellen naar de Omgevingswet'

Onze specialisten van het team Omgevingsrecht publiceren iedere maand vier blogberichten, waarin een specifiek thema over de Omgevingswet wordt uitgelicht. De blogberichten kunt u op deze pagina lezen. Maandelijks zullen wij de blogberichten, aangevuld met relevante Legal Updates en afleveringen van onze tweewekelijkse juridische podcast Licht op Legal, bundelen in de Nieuwsbrief Omgevingsrecht: 'Aftellen naar de Omgevingswet'. Wilt u automatisch op de hoogte worden gehouden over de ontwikkelingen rondom de Omgevingswet? Schrijft u zich dan in voor onze maandelijkse Nieuwsbrief Omgevingsrecht: 'Aftellen naar de Omgevingswet'. 

Thema WHOA

CERP (The Dutch Act on Court Confirmation of Extrajudicial Restructuring Plans) or WHOA

On the 1st of January 2021, the existing Bankruptcy Code (Faillissementswet) was expanded as the Act on Court Confirmation of Extrajudicial Restructuring Plans ('CERP') came into force. The new legislation, also known in Dutch as the WHOA (Wet Homologatie Onderhandse Akkoord), offers entrepreneurs a debtor-in-possession ('DIP') scheme to restructure their debts.