HEUSSEN is an independent, Amsterdam based Dutch law firm. HEUSSEN has a strong international focus and closely co-operates with HEUSSEN Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, one of Germany’s biggest independent law firms, with offices in Berlin, Frankfurt, München, Stuttgart, Brussels and New York and with HEUSSEN ITALIA with its offices in Conegliano, Milan and Rome.
HEUSSEN renders legal services at the highest quality standard. We strongly believe in a multi-disciplinary, result oriented practical approach and do not merely focus on the legal issues. We favour a personal approach, aimed at the needs and desires of our clients. The leading lawyers guide Legal500 (www.legal500.com) recommends HEUSSEN for Corporate and M&A as well as for Employment.
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Heussen (Paul Josephus Jitta and Mustafa Sahan) assisted the Damier Group in reaching an agreement with Flinndal Houdstermaatschappij for the acquisition of Flinndal, one of the key players in the online business-to-consumer market of vitamins and nutritional supplements in the Benelux. Flinndal, established in 2005, currently holds a leading position in the e-commerce of vitamins and nutritional supplements. The transaction was finalised in March 2015.
Damier Group is an investment vehicle that primarily focuses on investing in European companies and assets active in branded consumer sectors and more specifically in the consumer healthcare sector. Damier also focuses on acquiring or investing in well-established brands or innovative technologies in the consumer healthcare, beauty, personal care and medical devices sectors.
Modernisation Parental leave and care leave
As of 1 January 2015 the Modernisation of Leave and Working Hours Regulations Bill entered into force. As a result of this, the statutory parental leave and care leave arrangements are amended as follows.
Bankruptcy of a general partnership does no longer
automatically entails in the bankruptcy of each of the partners
The Supreme Court recently found that the bankruptcy of a general partnership (vennootschap onder firma) no longer necessarily entails the bankruptcy of the partners of the general partnership. With this decision the Supreme Court explicitly breaks with earlier case law.
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