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Steptoe & Johnson
On 31st December 2022, the current R&D Block Exemption 1217/2010 (‘R&D BE') is due to expire and to be replaced by a new safe harbor regulation..
ATOZ
On 14 November, several decisions were issued by the Brussels' Tax Court of First Instance
Bird & Bird
Royal Belgian Billiard Federation found to have infringed competition law...
Innovation Park
International business growth is an attractive long-term objective for many company owners. Breaking into the global market could be profitable for your firm, but it's not always suitable for every industry.
Innovation Park
There are two primary objectives of every business and corporation. One bases its decisions entirely on the shareholders' interest, and the other focuses on company profits.
Innovation Park
As industries across the board grapple with rising costs, supply-chain issues, and economic uncertainty, sustainability goals have taken a back seat.
lus Laboris
A recent report from the International Labour Organization has concluded that the strict limits on private sector wage negotiations that apply in Belgium are incompatible with the right to collective bargaining.
Allen & Overy
Anti-Corruption & Bribery Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Belgium, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Crowell & Moring
The Belgian regulatory framework for medical devices is highly complex, and the already dense legal landscape was recently added to by the adoption of two new Belgian royal decrees...
lus Laboris
Belgium has introduced a state-supported temporary unemployment scheme for ‘energy intensive' companies and other employment-related measures to help businesses and individuals...
Innovation Park
Belgium's biotech industry is well-established. The country has long supported advancements in life sciences and biotechnology.
European Union
Mayer Brown
Following the addition of the violation of EU sanctions ("restrictive measures") to the "List of EU Crimes" (see our previous Legal Update), on December 2, 2022, the European Commission...
Crowell & Moring
On November 10, 2022 the European Parliament adopted a resolution on esports and video games. In this resolution the European Parliament calls on the Commission and the Council...
Norton Rose Fulbright
On 15 September 2022, the CJEU ruled that contracting authorities must have "sufficiently plausible indications" (Art. 57(4)(d) Public Contracts Directive) of violation of EU antitrust rules before they may exclude a company from a public tender ...
Worldwide
lus Laboris
A final report into a multi-national four-day week trial has been published. It declares the trial ‘a resounding success on virtually every dimension'...
Herbert Smith Freehills
Crises provoke government action and governments often react to crises with subsidies.
lus Laboris
Employers are becoming more aware of neurodiversity and the benefits of more inclusive hiring strategies. At the same time, neurodiversity-based discrimination claims are on the rise.
lus Laboris
The current cost-of-living crisis has wide-reaching implications for employers and employees. Here Ius Laboris lawyers in a range of countries explore issues relating to pension schemes, and to employees working from another country.
lus Laboris
The spiralling cost of energy in many parts of the world means individuals and organisations are considering measures to limit their energy use.
lus Laboris
16 November is International Tolerance Day; a moment to reflect on what employers can do to understand the needs of their trans and non-binary members of staff.
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