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Following the recent developments in connection with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we hereby inform you of the measures that we have taken to ensure the continuity and quality of the services we provide to you.

Our practice and IT systems enable our lawyers and our supporting staff to work remotely without compromising the continuity and quality of our services. Our lawyers and staff are available by phone and e-mail as usual. Physical meetings are currently being avoided as much as possible and instead we hold telephone and/or video conferences. In addition, we have implemented several strict hygiene measurers in the office.

We closely monitor the recommendations and the measures imposed by the relevant authorities and adjust our own measures to these recommendations and measures accordingly.

Should you need advice regarding the impact of the Coronavirus on your business or have any other questions in relation to the above, please contact your contact person at Cordemeyer & Slager / Advocaten.

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