At times of need, bureau Brandeis is always there for its clients. That is why we have set up a special coronavirus helpdesk to answer any questions you may have.
The spread of the coronavirus affects all companies and industries. This has major
implications and raises all kinds of legal questions, such as:
- What to do if your customer or client is on the verge of bankruptcy?
- Is the agreement your company depends on enforceable (whether or not in preliminary relief proceedings by claiming performance of the contractual obligations)?
- Conversely, what can you do if you want to defend yourself against a possible claim for performance that would put your company in dire straits?
- Do I have to treat all my creditors equally, now that things are a little tighter financially?
Many legal questions about the consequences of the coronavirus have already been answered (in Dutch) by bureau Brandeis in this blog post.
Those of you who do not speak Dutch and for other relevant questions, please contact Hans Bousie or Stefan Campmans at our corona helpdesk either by phone or email.
And if you have any questions that are not our area of expertise, such as tax or labour law, we are happy to refer you to colleagues with whom we work closely, so we can solve your problem together.