The Enterprise Chamber of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal has made some interesting general statements about the fiduciary duties of the executive and supervisory boards of banks in the VEB/Ageas case. These statements will be addressed and evaluated.
Human space flight is as exciting today as it was 51 years ago when Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit the earth. With the marketing of private space trips by companies like Space Expedition Curacao, excitement and legal issues have amplified
Politicians get stuck in debates on benefit cuts and pension reforms. ‘Brussels’ of course sets some limits, but how about the European Convention on Human Rights? Can the lowering of pensions and the termination of benefits violate human rights?