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To address the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on employees, self-employed workers and businesses, the Dutch government announced a set of temporary economic relief measures.
In addition to that, companies active in the Netherlands are faced with a variety of legal and tax issues in connection to COVID-19.
In this DUJAT Corona Crisis Webinar (the first of 2 parts), Dujat is pleased to organize for its members this Webex seminar with experts from both Loyens & Loeff and Jones Day who will provide a practical overview of the Dutch government relief package and will dive into certain important legal and tax challenges that impact Japanese companies with Dutch business operations.
As part of the webinar, we will provide for opportunities to ask questions.
This online event will be accessible for Dujat members in the Netherlands and in Japan. Please note this invitation is only for part 1 of the webinar. The invitation for part 2 will follow later.
Date: Tuesday 31 March
Time: 9:00 AM – 10:30 CEST
08.45: Registration/log in
10.15-10.30: Q & A
10.30: Closing and log out
How to join:
1. Register for part 1 of the webinar via the link in your invitation e-mail (contact our office if you did not get one).
2. After registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with all instructions to join the webinar. Please note beforehand: it is possible to login on PC/laptop simply by installing the Webex extension in your browser. It is also possible to login on your phone/tablet, for this you will need to install the Cisco Webex Meetings app.
3. On 31 March 9:00 AM CEST, login by following the steps in the confirmation e-mail. A stable internet connection is needed to guarantee a good quality of the webinar.
4. Attend the webinar. After the webinar, you will receive the invitation for part 2 of the series. If you are not interested in this, please unsubscribe.