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ALTIUS is one of the largest Belgian independent law firms, consisting of approximately 65 lawyers. Established in Brussels and Louvain-la-Neuve, we…
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ALTIUS | Belgium | 21 Oct 2021

The Act of 2002 on combating late payment in commercial transactions undergoes further modifications to fight companies’ liquidity problems

On 15 July 2021, the Act of 2 August 2002 on combating late payment in commercial transactions was modified to address companies’ liquidity problems…
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ALTIUS | Belgium | 11 Oct 2021

Reconciling intra-group posting set-ups with the Belgian employee lending restrictions: a Brussels court decision provides guidance

When posting employees to Belgium, foreign employers as well as Belgian host companies must be aware of the employee lending restrictions. Especially…
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ALTIUS | Belgium | 3 Oct 2021

Trade Secrets in Belgium

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ALTIUS | Belgium | 1 Oct 2021

How to challenge an award decision in Belgium

Often, in-house lawyers need urgent advice on how to challenge award decisions. Here are some tips and tricks: 1. Speak up. If you have issues with…

ALTIUS | Belgium | 30 Sep 2021

Employment Webinar: Help! I want to dismiss my employee

ALTIUS employment lawyers, Philippe De Wulf and Astrid Caporali, present selected topics and new developments by going step-by-step through an…
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ALTIUS | Belgium | 27 Sep 2021

Will employers in Flanders soon be able to organise Covid-19 vaccinations in the workplace?

When the vaccination campaign was launched in Belgium, it was intended, in a second phase, that this should also take place within companies. However…

ALTIUS | European Union | 23 Sep 2021

Digital Law Series 12: Keeping up with GDPR

The GDPR has been applicable since nearly 3 years and still raises many questions for businesses. To help you keeping up with the essential, our data…
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ALTIUS | Belgium | 26 Aug 2021

Caudalie fine highlights procedural issues in competition infringement investigations

The Belgian Competition Authority recently fined cosmetics company Caudalie for imposing resale prices upon its distributors and limiting their active and passive sales. The decision casts some light on procedural issues that may more generally arise during a competition authority's investigation of a potential infringement and the setting up of the investigative file.
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ALTIUS | European Union | 19 Aug 2021

European Commission publishes draft revised Vertical Block Exemption Regulation and Vertical Guidelines

On 9 July 2021, the European Commission (“Commission”) published a draft version of its revised Vertical Block Exemption Regulation and the related…
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ALTIUS | Belgium | 6 Aug 2021

Procedural issues in investigations by competition authorities: practical application by the Belgian Competition Authority in its Caudalie decision

On 6 May 2021, the Belgian Competition Authority (“BCA”) issued its decision against Caudalie and fined it for imposing resale prices upon and…
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