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Abolition of article 20 of the Insurance Act, which contains a restriction on the type of underlying assets in class 23 life insurance

Belgium - April 27 2017 The law of 18 April 2017 containing various provisions on Economy contains provisions modifying the Code of Economic Law and some laws of an economic

Trademark rights and protection in Benelux

Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands - January 2 2018 A structured to trademark rights and protection in Benelux

Trademarks in Benelux

Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands - January 2 2018 A structured guide to trademark laws in Benelux

The CJEU clarifies the concept of ‘providing information on a durable medium’

European Union - March 21 2017 In a decision of 25 January 2017 in Case C-37515 regarding the Payment Services Directive (PSD), the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) clarified the

GDPR: WP29 Issues Guidance on Data Portability

European Union - December 31 2016 Article 20 of the GDPR creates a new right to data portability. This allows for data subjects to receive the personal data that they have provided to

Trademark enforcement in Benelux

Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands - January 2 2018 A structured guide to trademark enforcement laws in Benelux

Trademark rights and protection in Benelux

Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands - January 2 2018 A structured to trademark rights and protection in Benelux

Trademark registration in Benelux

Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands - January 2 2018 A structured guide to trademark filing and registration in Benelux

Trademarks in Benelux

Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands - January 2 2018 A structured guide to trademark laws in Benelux

The European Court of Justice further clarifies the notion of ‘communication to the public’ regarding copyright in a digital environment

European Union - May 12 2017 In its ruling of 8 September 2016 (C-16015), the ECJ held that the posting of a hyperlink on a website to works protected by copyright and published