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Seminar Russell Advocaten

Jan Dop and Reinier Russell. By Roy Lie A Tjam. The Embassy desk of Russell Advocaten hosted a seminar on Employment Law and Real Estate at...

Russell Advocaten hosts interactive Embassy seminar

On the picture Jan Dop and Rainier Russell. On 22 September 2016, Russell Advocaten hosted an interactive seminar for Embassies and Consulates in the Netherlands....

Nigerian Bar Association @ Russell Advocaten

On the picture from left to right: Mr. Jurjen S. Pen, Mr. Paul W.L. Russell, Mr. Augustine Alegeh SAN, and Mr. Pieter van Regteren...

Russell Advocaten’s seminar for the Nigerian Bar Association

Jan Dop, LL.M., Head of the Embassy Desk. Russell Advocaten a Dutch  full service law firm, will host a seminar for a (40 persons) delegation...

Russell Advocaten hosts interactive lunch meeting on: “Employee sickness”

On Wednesday, 28 October 2015, Russell Advocaten hosted the interactive lunch meeting on: “Employee sickness” for Embassies. For a photo album on the seminar, please...

Periodic application for Certificate of Conduct: a tool for employers

Employers should not rely solely on Certificates of Conduct (VOGs) when assessing the reliability of job candidates, according to legal experts Jan Dop and Erika van Zadelhof. VOGs, which detail an individual's criminal record, are a "snapshot" and offer "false security", the pair wrote in Dutch legal publication Accountancy Vanmorgen. They suggested that periodic applications for VOGs could help employers ensure staff remain suitable for their roles, but warned that this would not cover all risks, as employees could still commit offences. Continuous screening is required in certain industries, including childcare and taxi services.

Recommendation to Dutch Supreme Court: Return Crimean treasures to Ukraine

Advocate general recommends giving Crimean treasures to Ukraine in ongoing legal dispute, with final ruling to come from Supreme Court of the Netherlands. The advocate general's opinion supports the Amsterdam Court of Appeal's ruling that Ukraine should receive the artefacts, due to the country's suspension of the operational right of the Crimean museums. The museums in Crimea have objected to this ruling and have filed an appeal in cassation to the Supreme Court. The court is expected to issue its final ruling on the matter in September 2023.

Seaside Modern: Art and Life on the Beach

The Arts Society The Hague Presents the “Seaside Modern: Art and Life on the Beach” by James Russell

Working from home abroad: 5 tips for employers in the Netherlands

What do Dutch employers have to keep in mind when employees want to work from home abroad?

Special increase statutory minimum wage from 1 January 2023

From 1 January 2023, the level of the statutory minimum wage and the youth minimum wage will change. This time, because of inflation and to make work more attractive, the increase is much higher than usual.

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