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Harnessing hidden advertising: Pitfalls of engaging consumers on social media

USA - December 20 2017 In the May 2017 special edition of Law à la Mode (Issue 23), we set out five tips for navigating native advertising with a view to FTC compliance...

Senne Mennes.

Belgium: More freedom on the horizon

Belgium - July 5 2016 A new exception to Belgian copyright legislation has been enacted. Until recently, it was technically possible for rights holders of a copyrighted...

Kaat Van Delm.

Belgium: Belgian government gives green light to a new Open Data Strategy

Belgium - August 6 2015 On 24 July 2015, the Belgian Council of Ministers approved an ambitious federal Open Data Strategy to unlock the full potential of reusing public...

Joséphine De Ruyck.

EU: football Financial Fair Play Regulations referred to European Court of Justice

Belgium, European Union - July 10 2015 In its judgment of 29 May 2015, the Court of First Instance of Brussels referred a case to the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) for a preliminary...

Joséphine De Ruyck.

Belgium: even a world famous painter needs to respect copyrights

Belgium - April 8 2015 The well-known Belgian painter Luc Tuymans has based his painting ‘A Belgian Politician’ on a picture of the Belgian right-wing politician Jean-Marie...

Raf Schoefs.