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Problems for the Brussels International Business Court

Belgium - May 2 2019 The draft bill setting-up the Brussels International Business Court, a proposed specialized English language court for international busin......

Brussels region regulates free circulation electric scooters

Belgium - April 29 2019 Over the last year or so Brussels has seen the arrival of several companies offering the rental of electric powered scooters. The scooters......

Sébastien Popijn.

CJUE confirms that damage to an aircraft tyre by a screw lying on an airport runway is an extraordinary circumstance under Regulation (EC) No 2612004

Belgium, European Union - April 11 2019 On 4 April 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJUE) handed down its judgment in Germanwings GmbH v Wolfgang Pauels (C-50117), ruling...

Sébastien Popijn.

CJUE confirms that damage to an aircraft tyre by a screw lying on an airport runway is an extraordinary circumstance under Regulation (EC) No 2612004

European Union - April 10 2019 On 4 April 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJUE) handed down its judgment in Germanwings GmbH v Wolfgang Pauels (C-50117), ruling...

Sébastien Popijn.

New rules on unfair contract terms for B2B contracts

Belgium - March 26 2019 On 21 March 2019, the Belgian Parliament has approved a draft Law which applies the rules on unfair contract terms to B2B contracts. Previously this...

Sébastien Popijn.