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VIOTTA is a law firm based in Amsterdam and is specialized in advising on the areas of corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, contract law and corporate & commercial dispute resolution. We advise in transactional matters.
VIOTTA advised Management and Workers on acquisition of Panteia B.V. from Stichting Panteia
VIOTTA advised Panteia B.V. with the acquisition by the management and Workers together with Nimbus Stichting Panteia. Panteia provides policy research & consultancy and market research services for small andVIEW CASE
The do’s and dont’s of ending a business
In this article, corporate lawyer Martijn Kesler will discuss the dissolution of a company and the role of the liquidator in more detail, based on a recent ruling on the dissolution of the cooperative.READ ARTICLE
Director liability in case of misfeasance
At what times can a director be held personally liable for debts of a company? In certain cases, a director can be held personally liable, such as in the case of recourse frustration.READ ARTICLE
When a bank’s termination of a bank account is unlawful
Banks have a duty of care to their customers. When terminating a credit relationship, the bank quite often forgets to comply with its duty of care. In this case, the interlocutory relief judge stopped Rabobank in its tracks. Rabobank was also ordered to reimburse the expenses of the injured party. Corporate lawyer Martijn Kesler explains.READ ARTICLE
Tokenization: converting assets into digital tokens
Tokenization thus offers the possibility to no longer physically transfer assets or rights, but to deliver them digitally via blockchain technology. The crypto financing lawyers of VIOTTA explain the possibilities surrounding tokens as follows.READ ARTICLE
Tokens and Dutch law
The application of blockchain technology raises various questions under Dutch law. What are tokens? Are tokens money? If tokens are not money, are these tokens considered goods?READ ARTICLE
The Material Adverse Change-clause: what is it and what’s it for?
The MAC clause is common in acquisition contracts and its purpose is to protect the buyer from circumstances that have a significant impact on the financial position of the target company.READ ARTICLE