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What Can The Trustee Be Liable For?
Despite being ubiquitous in capital markets documentation, the trustee's liability standardunder English law governed documents often proves a contentious provision to negotiate.
Belgium
12 Jul 2019
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A New Target: The Antitrust Division Focuses On Criminal Antitrust Violations In Public Procurement
The Antitrust Division (Division) has recently prioritized the investigation and prosecution of criminal antitrust violations involving public procurement.
Belgium
12 Apr 2019
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It's That Time Of Year Again – Transparency International's Global Pulse-Check On Corruption
Transparency International's annual reveal of their Corruption Perceptions Index this January continues a pessimistic tone.
Worldwide
26 Mar 2019
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A New Regulation On FDI Screening In Europe
On 5 March 2019, the Council of the EU approved a new framework to screen foreign direct investments ("FDI") coming into the EU. This concludes a legislative process kicked off in 2017.
European Union
21 Mar 2019
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EFTA Court Judgment On Limitation Period For Damages Claims
The EFTA Court found that the principle of equivalence dictates that national procedural law must remain neutral in relation to the origin of the rights invoked.
European Union
7 Nov 2018
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Revision Of European Posting Of Workers Directive Approved
On 21 June 2018, the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament adopted the Directive amending the Posting of Workers Directive.
European Union
31 Aug 2018
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Belgium Completes Implementation Of New European Market Abuse Regime
The Law broadens the scope of application of the market abuse regime regarding persons, places and conduct, in line with the Market Abuse Directive and the Market Abuse Regulation.
Belgium
3 Oct 2017
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Privacy Commission Recommends Reliable Third Party To Process Judicial Data To Comply With Foreign Anti-Bribery Laws
On June 8, the Privacy Commission issued a recommendation (source document in French and Dutch) on how to process judicial data to comply with foreign anti-bribery obligations.
European Union
28 Sep 2016
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Bill Aimed At Ratification Of Council Of Europe Medicrime Convention
On 7 March 2016, the Government submitted to the Chamber of Representatives a bill on the counterfeiting of medical products and similar crimes involving threats to public health.
Belgium
6 Apr 2016
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Supreme Court Condemns Yahoo For Failure To Cooperate With Belgian Law Enforcement Officials
On 1 December 2015, the Supreme Court confirmed a judgment of the Court of Appeal of Antwerp which had imposed a substantial fine on Yahoo! for failing to comply with the obligation to cooperate with Belgian law enforcement officials.
Belgium
11 Jan 2016
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Privacy Commission Favors Modifying Criminal Code And Procedure
On June 17, the Commission issued an opinion favoring modifications (source document in French) to the criminal procedure codes.
Belgium
10 Sep 2015
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Privacy Commission Releases Data Mining Opinion
On June 17, the Commission released an opinion on draft legislation recognizing the legitimacy of data collection for handling social and tax fraud.
Belgium
10 Sep 2015
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Court With Jurisdiction Over Main Insolvency Proceedings Also Competent To Rule On "Actio Pauliana", Even Against Non-EU Defendants
On 4 December 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union answered a preliminary question from the Landgericht Darmstadt in the case H. vs. H.K. (Case C-295/13).
European Union
9 Jan 2015
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EU Data Protection Rules May Apply To Home Surveillance Cameras
The ECJ refused to exempt surveillance cameras in a private home from data protection rules.
European Union
9 Jan 2015
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Proposal For EU-Wide Criminal Sanctions For Market Abuse
The directive on criminal sanctions is currently expected to apply to all Member States, with the exception of the UK and Denmark.
Belgium
17 May 2013
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Economic Dependency Characterises Employment Relationships In Belgium?
A discussion on the Government's effort to combat fake self-employed arrangements and so-called 'social fraud', and to increase revenues for the social security system.
Belgium
20 Feb 2013
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The « Una Via »-Principle Applicable In Tax Fraud Cases
Introducing the principle of « una via » when taking on tax fraude cases: the choice for "only one way" … but is it the correct path to go down ?
Belgium
12 Dec 2012
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